Hai Hospitality came to life to be the umbrella to the following restaurants: Uchi, Uchiko, and Top Knot. “Hai” is a Japanese word that means more than just “yes.” It means, “I get you” and, “You are heard.” It’s an acknowledgement of respect and support
Service: Branding and Design
Frontera Fest is a five week fringe theater festival in Austin, TX.
Service: Design & Illustration
The award winning Uchi, which translated from Japanese means “house”, is located in a refurbished old home in South Austin. Since opening in 2003, Cole’s signature non-traditional take on Japanese cuisine has been warmly received by Austin’s diverse dining crowd, as well as visitors from across the country and around the globe.
Service: Web and Print design
A cookbook created for Ambrosia's Organic Kitchen, a personal chef delivery and small-scale, boutique catering service located in Naples, Florida.
A marketing brochure for Springdale General a development designed by Michael Hsu to keep the creative class in Austin by building a campus of affordable maker studios, creative office space, test kitchens, and workshops in East Austin.
Top Knot is a modern American restaurant with Asian roots. The menu features shareable plates from Southeast Asia, Latin America and Japan. The restaurant is located above Uchi Dallas in a vibrant and bright second floor perch with a friendly vibe.
Poster for Artis Naples to advertise Miami City Ballet's performance of Tchaikovsky's Pas de Deux.
Artis—Naples is a center for the performing and visual arts in Southwest Florida. The organization hosts more than 300 concerts, performances, exhibitions and educational events for children and adults per year. With the new brand guidelines I created this mock up to show how the website could showcase the difference performances.
Wild Heritage Farm
Wild Heritage Farm is located on the cusp of the Everglades in Naples, Florida. The manager of the farm wanted the branding to convey his Seminole roots as well as the two major tribes from the area, Calusa & Tequesta.