A Korean artist with experience in graphic design, currently working across Los Angeles and Korea. Specializing in UI/UX design, motion graphics, and broader graphic design, his expertise stems from a blend of formal education and self-directed studies. Influenced by the world of film and video games from an early age, he was particularly inspired upon seeing a Korean name among UI artists in credits, fueling his ambition to create art that transcends boundaries. This inspiration led him to further his education in America, significantly shaping his professional trajectory. Today, he leverages these experiences to create compelling design solutions that resonate with diverse audiences.

To see more of my projects, contact me via email.



Creative Intern - Stept Studios

Feb 2024 - May 2024 (4 Mos)

Create pitch decks and social media materials.
Assist in designing marketing strategies.


Visual Design Intern -  UNDP

Sept 2023 - Feb 2024 (6 Mos)
Produce visual content to support UNDP’s Digital Strategy.
Design graphics for brand perception on social media.


UI / UX Design Intern - Nuubi

Sept 2023 - Dec 2023  (4 Mos)
Assist in UI/UX design for an EdTech app.
Transforming wireframes into functional designs.


Graphic Design Intern - ALWRLD

Jul 2023 - Aug 2023 (1 Mos)
Designing promotional materials for marketing initiatives.
Creating graphics for digital marketing.


Graphic Design Intern - Boosted Biz

June 2022 - Aug 2022 (3 Mos)
Assisting sports players in establishing brand identities.
Creating brand logos for the brands.

Shelter Me: Infographics as Advocacy for Homelessness in LA
Graphic Design, Infographic, Nonprofit Organization
As part of the Otis College "Shelter Me" class, I developed a project to highlight homelessness in Los Angeles, with a focus on racial demographics. This involved creating infographics that visually represent homelessness data, which were later used in SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition's digital communications.
The first infographic utilized color-coded footprints to represent different racial groups, inspired by the idea that homeless individuals are often those who walk the streets most. This visual approach made the racial breakdown of homelessness in LA more accessible and compelling.
The second infographic focused on homeless youth, distinguished by race, with a design inspired by the perspective of lying on the street and looking up at the sky and buildings. This aimed to poignantly convey the daily realities faced by homeless youth.
These infographics were crafted not only to present data but to humanize the issue of homelessness and evoke empathy. The project demonstrates the power of design in advocacy and social communication, bringing critical social issues to the forefront and influencing public perception.