STAR WARS HASBRO TOYS

I have been working on the Star Wars team at Hasbro since September 2015. I have worked on various lines including Value, Kid, Stylized, Vehicles, and Creatures. Starting in August of 2018, I began leading the Vintage Collection, which is our fan line of 3.75 inch super articulated figures. Since October 2019, I started leading The Black Series, our 6 inch super articulated fan line. I am currently leading 180+ projects and have brought over 50 products to shelf. I was responsible for creating the Concept boards, Sketching, Deco boards, Licensor discussions and day to day upkeep of each of the projects shown below. 

I have attended numerous conventions as a brand ambassador, where I have done press interviews, panels and general fan interactions. I have attended San Diego Comic Con, Star Wars Celebration, Mexico Unboxing Toy Convention, German Comic Con in Dortmund, Fan Expo Canada, and Hascon. I have also helped build the Comic Con Dioramas in 2017 and 2019.

DIORAMAS

2017 SDCC STAR WARS HASBRO DIORAMA

I was responsible for building the Sandcrawler wheel, the Cantina Set, Obi Wan's hut, Leia's scene with the torture droid and the scene where Leia gives R2 the message for Obi Wan. 

I built all of these by mocking them up in Solidworks, extracting the pieces and laser cutting them out of acrylic. I then assembled them, painted them and gave them texture.

2019 SDCC STAR WARS HASBRO DIORAMA

2019 SDCC DIORAMA

I was responsible for building the door to Jabba's Palace, various set pieces within the Droid Torture room, the structure for Jabba's palace interior and exterior. I also assisted in making rocks, painting, adding sand and texture to the various parts of the set.

I built the Jabba's Palace Door by mocking it up in Adobe Illustrator and cutting it out of acrylic on the laser cutter. I built the larger structures for Jabba's palace by mocking them up in Solidworks, extracting the parts and cutting them out of pink foam on the laser cutter. We assembled them, painted them and added grout to give them a stucco look.