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2015 Pets Issue | Orlando Magazine
Art direction and design of the cover and feature for the 2015 Pet Issue of Orlando Magazine, September 2015.
Best of Orlando 2016 | Orlando Magazine
Best of Orlando 2016 editorial layout, feature illustrations by Brian Nutt.
Finished Touch
Simple bifold brochure designed for Finished Touch, LLC, a remodeling and interior design company.
Self Promotional Set
Personal self promotional set designed with a chocolate and sweets theme, featuring hand assembled resume, business card, letterhead, promotional piece, and additional items. As part of the required curriculum at Valencia Community College, the students have to make themselves a self promotional set during Portfolio Review. At a minimum this consists of business card, letterhead, resume, and some sort of promotional send ahead/leave behind item. After creating my monogram, I purchased an custom embosser, which I used throughout the entire project. All the pieces were printed then hand cut and assembled by me. There are business cards, letterhead w/ coordinating envelopes, resume, thank you card, send-ahead mini portfolio, and a promotional tin of custom M&M's. This project won both a Gold and Silver Local ADDY, as well as a Gold Special Judges ADDY & 1 District Silver ADDY.
2014 Pet Issue | Orlando Magazine
Annual pet issue editorial layout, art direction and photo/prop styling.
Managed By Rita
Branding and identity design for a freelance social media manager and consultant, playing off of the idea of being a "social butterfly."
Foreign Accents | Orlando Wedding
Editorial feature for the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Orlando Wedding Magazine. Written by Leigh Duncan.
Baby Shower Thank You Card
Thank you card created exclusively for http://www.2ucouture.com/
Wefings Marine
Multiple page brochure design and layout for marine/boat seller. Designed with custom illustrations, and all with a touch of Art Deco.
2009 ADDY Winner's Book
Winners booklet designed for the 2009 Orlando ADDY Awards. As a member of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), I get the opportunity to work on the ADDY committee. In 2009, my business partner and I undertook creating the winner's book for our local chapters' awards ceremony. The overall design and direction of the book was my responsibility. This 60+ page book is full of winners' images, advertisements, and lots of additional content. The theme of the ADDY's that year was "Much Ado About Advertising", and prominently featured Shakespearean elements. The covers featured a custom, gold wax seal of the ADDY "A" placed over a cut, red satin ribbon.
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