graphic artist specializing in print design & layout
Developed concept and design of invitation & decor for event.
Invitation developed from watercolor and pen. Refined and added type digitally. Assembled using hand watercolored & cutout paper "banner" and hand sewn onto paper. Tail of thread left for hand-made emphasis.
Other collateral developed for continuity: game cards, "wishes" card, and stickers.
Aéropostale holiday promo and in-store signage. Design & layout of holiday contest promo material including scratch card, POS displays and in-store banners. Also design & layout of in-store table cards & display signage utilizing holiday theme.
Annual newsletter layout for non-profit. Ongoing freelance project.
Annual direct mail piece for non-profit group.
Various logos for clients - some original artwork, some utilizing existing branding into fresh design
Update to the LGBTQ Health Coalition of the Columbia – Willamette "river" logo.
Meaningful Care Conference logo
Original design of the annual healthcare conference logo for the LGBTQ Health Coalition of the Columbia – Willamette.
Design of start of term "Earn Your Stripes" logo for Los Angeles-based all girls private school. Students developed original tag line and tiger concept. Responsible for logo concept development into clear, concise branding ready for promo collateral.
Logo for personal & professional use based on antique signet ring.
Salon professional loyalty program logo using existing Biolage branding.
Logics Curator Club logo
Salon professional loyalty program logo using existing Logics branding.
Logo for Pharmacist's MBA group, based out of San Diego.
Concept for Biolage's Stylist of the Year award logo
Accepted design for Biolage's Stylist of the Year award
Matrix company conference logo
Matrix company conference logo in situ
Multi-state promotional tour logo for Vavoom haircare product.
Various projects created using mixtures of hand-set type as well as digital layouts on photopolymer plates. Equipment used: 1950's Vandercook Universal 1 & 2 hand proof presses and an early-1900's Chandler & Price Platen Press.