Under Armour is a place where I have learned to wear many hats. That being said, I have enjoyed the opportunity to work on a variety of projects and tasks in a numerous different areas of the company. From branding assignments to cut & sew apparel designs, all of which I find relevant in my progression and development as a designer.


Tasked to design and develop two key items for Black Friday. Myself and co-designer Liz Belen collaborated on a anorak hoody and jogger pant to complete the set. We had less than 4 days to concept and execute our designs before pitching our look and story to the Men’s Apparel Creative and Product Directors.


Anthony Yankovic and myself had the opportunity to design a series of limited-edition coins and graphic package for a Stephen Curry shoe release.

The packaging, inner-shoe sock liner (one example seen above), and coin (all 5 shown above) were designed to help tell a more interesting story to accompany the release. The theme focused on “Master of Craft” and was meant to showcase elements of Stephen’s skill on the court through each design. 



Designing for basketball was probably the most enjoyable category to create patterns for. With a demographic that skews more fashion-forward than most other UA sectors, it was well-accepted challenge to come up with something unique. Working closely with talented apparel designer, Jordan Jackson also proved to be a solid match-up of creativity.

The pattern was inspired by a camo developed by the Swedish firm Barracuda in the late 1970s or early 1980s. Produced as a trial version of the M59 combat uniform and poised to be used on vehicle netting, the pattern was never adopted. (Camopedia)


Training is a category that required a lot more finessing than I would have expected. There are so many components that structure this category, from trims to fabrics and numerous designers contributing towards the a successful season of designs.

Inspired by the Yas Viceroy hotel in Abu Dhabi (Pictured in purple to the left). I took cues from the buildings incredible architectural design. The glass paneling illuminated at night, was a great source of inspiration for this pattern.