JNCO Jeans | Architectural Designer | 1995-1996
I was hired by JNCO jeans in early 1995 as a Graphic Designer. This was in the early days of Photoshop 2.5, and Illustrator 3.0. As the company grew, which happened very fast, my architectural background became more the focus, and I started their in-house trade show and P.O.P. program. Until then they had outsourced all of this work. The first thing that I designed was their trade show booth. Modeled and rendered in an early version of FormZ. After this, I designed the first and only JNCO Store to be built on Melrose Avenue and Martel in Los Angeles. I produced all the mechanical drawings, dealt with the permitting office , and oversaw the construction.