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  • Aliso Niguel High School (2016-2020)

  • Rhode Island School of Design (2020-2024)


  • Fine Art: Pencil, Charcoal, Pastel, Watercolor, Acrylic, Oil Paint, Ceramic

  • Photo, Screen Print, Riso Print, Letter Press, 3D Print

  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, After effect, Premiere Pro

  • Coding: HTML & CSS

  • UI/UX: Figma

  • Blender, Cinema 4D


  • Personal Thrift Shop (2016-2020)

  • Ryman Arts Education (2016-2018)

  • Book Club President (2016-2020)

  • Korean American Center TA (2016-2018)

  • Korean American Young Leaders (2016-2020)

  • American Cancer Society Discovery Shop (2018-2020)

  • KSA: Korean Student Association (2020-2023)

  • RISD Foundational Studio Teacher Assistant (2023)

  • Promote Activism RISD (2023)


  • Gonda Social Justice Fund 

  • RISD Academic Honors Designation

  • Celebrating Art (Accepted for publication)

  • OC Fair Fine Art (First round & Red Ribbon) 

  • The President's Volunteer Service Award (Gold)

  • Laguna Niguel Woman's Club (1st & Best in Show )

  • PTA Reflections Award of Excellence (School & State/Regional) 

  • Scholastic Art & Writing Awards (Gold Key & Honorable Mention)


Young Arts Lessons (2022)

As a dedicated member of Young Arts Lessons, responsibilities entailed coordinating summer art camps and designing various creative activities for children. Additionally, guidance was provided to students seeking assistance with crafting art portfolios for college applications, focusing on digital art forms and fundamental techniques.


It's noteworthy that our company actively partnered with the Laguna Art Gallery, organizing fundraisers to support organizations utilizing art for global communication. Through this collaboration, the opportunity arose to work with exceptional art teams, contributing to the development of a more accessible and vibrant artistic community for children. This experience sharpened skills in effective collaboration and nurturing an environment conducive to artistic growth.


The exhibition was curated by a group of 12 student artists. We meticulously planned every aspect, from selecting the venue to arranging the placement of each artwork. Despite the constraints of a small exhibition gallery, which presented challenges in accommodating all the artworks, we successfully navigated these obstacles. This experience provided valuable lessons in teamwork, collaboration, and effective communication within a large group. We learned the importance of listening to diverse opinions and synthesizing information to achieve the best possible outcome for our collective vision.

Arup (2023)

Previous employment includes a tenure at Arup, a prominent architectural engineering firm, where the role held was that of a visual communication specialist and graphic designer. This professional engagement provided exposure to corporate environments, resulting in valuable insights and fostering collaboration with professionals from various disciplines. Key responsibilities encompassed crafting informative and visually engaging infographics tailored for engineers, along with designing illustrations for the company's forthcoming calendar.

IP4M (2024)

Engaged with IP4M company to develop a new logo design approach for their three branches: IP4M, IPLM, and IPVM. The objective is to create a logo design that effectively represents each branch individually while also encapsulating their collective identity. The aim is to discover a logo design that seamlessly integrates the essence of all three branches, reflecting their shared values and distinct characteristics.

Outschool (2024)

Collaborating once more with the Young Arts Team, our objective is to deliver online art classes on the prominent platform known as "Outschool." These courses primarily focus on various artistic techniques such as fashion sketching, pencil drawing, color pencil rendering, clay sculpting, still-life composition, and figure drawing. Engaging with students of diverse ages, nationalities, and linguistic backgrounds, our approach involves adapting to identify commonalities among all participants through the medium of art and creativity.

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