Graphic Designer // Boston University

This book is a collection of my quarantine journal entries, photographs, and influences amidst a period of personal and global change. It divulges my experience with love, loss, isolation, and the existential questions that clutter my post-graduate brain. The structure of the book is a linear road-map that guides the reader on a journey through my mind, from sudden midnight epiphanies to lamentations over my struggle to find contentment and, finally, to self-rediscovery.

The design is bare and simplistic to echo sacred geometry and the fundamental elements of life. The book’s minimalistic design approach emphasizes the texture and complexity of the natural world photography.