These social media graphics, digital and print materials, and infographics were created to advertise the offerings for the Cambridge Network.
The Cambridge Network is an education management and consulting firm that facilitates international participation in U.S. high schools and strengthens the ability of those institutions to educate international students. The Cambridge Network encompasses a global family of international education companies that support students, families, schools and colleges. Driven by a common purpose, Cambridge enables people to expand their perspectives through cross-cultural learning.
Poster design created to advertise submissions to the festival.
Print and digital viewbook created to recruit host families for the Cambridge Network.
Logo design created for jazz festival Jazzin' Chepe based in San José, Costa Rica. Design is inspired by the oxcart wheel, a national symbol in Costa Rica.
Album cover design for EP, “Reggaeton Basement”, by electronic/alternative rock ensemble WoQ based in Boston, MA.
Poster design created for the collaborative album release event featuring a music performance and art/video installation; album cover design for Massíff, electronic music duo with Julián Picado and Alejandro Gonzalez.
Art direction for photography.
About Poetics of Space
When poetry becomes music, dance becomes art, painting becomes movement... weaving in and out, we make a new art.
Poetics of Space is an interdisciplinary performance incorporating original music for strings and piano, live painting and contemporary dance.
Artistic Director: Brian McGinnis
Composer: Pedro Osuna Ardoy
Painter: Fotini Christophillis
Dancer: Odessa Anderson
Violin 1: Tania Mesa
Violin 2: Louisa Byron
Viola: Anna Stromer
Cello: Parker Ousley
Piano: Pedro Osuna Ardoy
These posters and social media graphics were created to advertise interdisciplinary events presented in collaboration with composer/vocalist Olga "OLYA" Kisseleva.
Xenai is a trilogy series centered around the ideas of inception, challenges, and assertion of a new identity. It is a cross-discipline collaboration engaging electronic music with vocals, painting performance, and video projection.
Each performer creates and improvises individual works that intertwine to become a cohesive whole. The video projected on the painter’s canvas is a response to the painting performance, that becomes a dance in relationship to the music.
Xenai is an ancient Greek word meaning stranger welcomed as a friend. Throughout the performance, artists and audience experience transformation from the unfamiliar to that which they embrace.
These posters and social media graphics were created to advertise the interdisciplinary performance Black Glass.
About Black Glass
Black Glass is an interdisciplinary event featuring visual artist Fotini Christophillis and musical acts Etznab and Why Another. In Black Glass the goal is to explore how sound can create movement which can be interpreted in a visual aspect. This leads to a captivating performance in which Fotini translates the soundscapes created by the bands onto the canvas which in turn influences the musicians and what they are creating in the moment. This generates a compelling and hypnotizing space for the audience since not only can they hear the music but can see it as well.
Poster design and social media graphic advertising NYC event for the band Matter of Perspective.
Art direction for photography in poster design.
Branding and community development for series of events that integrate jazz, live painting and video and seek to cultivate a community around interdisciplinary explorations in the arts. This poster design and social media banner is to advertise the first event of the series.
Logotype for guitar school based out of Boston, MA and San Jose, Costa Rica also specializing in selling high-end guitar gear.
Refreshing brand identity for the Arlington Artlounge in Arlington, MA to integrate a fine art approach adding a new series of art workshops, Open Studio and Membership Program.
Flyers and social media imagery created to advertise these offerings.
These posters were created to advertise activities for the Society of Composers at Berklee College of Music.
This poster was created to advertise the Boston University Romance Studies Graduate Conference for 2018, Power in Dystopia. The conference featured keynote speaker Jorge Olivera Castillo, Brown University International Writers Project Fellow.
Promotional materials created to advertise courses, department offerings and research for the Department of Psychology at Northeastern University.
Logo design and event poster designs for Fotini Studio.
Logo design and website design for contemporary fine artist Sasha Parfenova specializing in multi-media collage work.
Social media graphics to promote Coro-Dante Art Song Salon produced by the Dante Alighieri Cultural Society in Cambridge, MA and print program distributed at performance.
About Coro-Dante Art Song Salon
A special evening that celebrates the art song-- with performances, video art, and live painting.
If opera is intoxicating, with rituals and curtains, the art song is a mystery, just pure listening. Both forms found their full expression in the 19th century, but while opera occupied the larger social sphere of theaters and opera houses, the art song thrived in the intimacy of salons. And for good reason. By its nature, the art song is confessional--it probes our most intense emotions.
A unique form, the art song has its roots deeply tangled in the poetic. From Bellini to Donizetti and Tosti, composers often found inspirational fuel in classic romantic poems and gave them expression by fusing them with music. So, the art song has two "scores"--the poetic and the musical. And through the rhythmic interplay of poetic verse and musical patterns, it registers the most volatile and transient feelings and enacts what moves and transforms.
Our program attempts to make visible this movement and transformation by way of another art form of the period--the silent film. At once gestural, charged, and mysterious, silent cinema, just as the art song, deals in the in-between-ness. Curated footage from early Italian silent films will act as backdrop canvas for performances of art songs, both well-loved and newly discovered, leaving space--between the lines, notes, and framers--for you to participate in the story.
Reception: 7 pm - 8 pm/ Salon 8 pm - 9 pm
Soloists: Holly Ahearn, David Augusto Bozon, Rosario Caltabiano, Sabrina Ellis, Saori Erickson, Dana Pentia, Juan Suarez
With the special participation of visual artists Sharon Lacey and Fotini Christophilis.