D:hive Detroit was a physical storefront in Detroit's business district, that connected people with the tools needed to live, work and engage in the city. D:hive was designed as a three year project in 2012 and has since been dissolved. However, its success has led to the formation of two new organizations—the Detroit Experience Factory and Build Institute—which continue to carry D:hive’s mission forward.
D:hive was also known throughout the creative community for it's design residency program, which I was lucky enough to be a part of. While at D:hive, I worked on a variety of social engagement, philanthropic & branding projects. Including a chalk wall that made a brief appearance in a national Apple commercial.