International Justice Mission
2013 – 2014
International Justice Mission is a non-profit Human Rights agency, headquartered in the U.S. and active in 13 countries and 20 field offices, worldwide.
In Chennai, India, where I worked from 2013 to 2014 , IJM staff and volunteers work alongside Indian police and government officials to investigate, rescue, and rehabilitate victims of human trafficking, and specifically, victims of bonded labor—modern-day slavery.
I joined IJM for a one-year Fellowship role, working with the Advocacy and Communications team. I led projects emphasizing design for print and web, photographic storytelling, and video productions—all showcasing the important work of IJM and the incredible bravery and resilience of survivors of modern-day slavery.
Here are a few of my favorite projects.
2013 Video Retrospective: International Justice Mission | Chennai
Concept, Direction & Production
Design, CSS/HTML wrangling, Content Management
Abuse Referral System
Concept, UX & Visual Design
End Bonded Labour Campaign
Art Direction & Design
Book Cover Design: "The Locust Effect"
This cover was designed as part of the India Pre-Release Version of "The Locust Effect".