Orlando Wedding Magazine Spring/Summer 2014

Selections of layouts from the 2014 Spring/Summer issue of Orlando Wedding Magazine.

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Shops We Love | Orlando Magazine
Shops We Love editorial layout from the December 2015 issue of Orlando Magazine.
The Sweet Life | Orlando Magazine
Sweets issue editorial layout for the February 2016 issue of Orlando magazine.
Panini's Type
Collection of hand drawn type created for Panini's Bar and Grille website.
2014 Dining Awards | Orlando Magazine
2014 Dining Awards cover and feature design for Orlando magazine.
Fun Things to do with the Kids | Orlando Magazine
Kids Issue editorial layout for the January 2016 issue of Orlando magazine, featuring illustrations by Brian Nutt.
Rainbows & Unicorns Baby Shower
Unapologetically colorful and fruity, this baby shower featured a definitive rainbow theme... the decor was rainbows, the food was rainbows... and there were unicorn elements wherever possible. Thankfully, Oriental Trading Company had a unicorn party line (plates, cups, dangly things) to help bring it all together.
Finished Touch
Simple bifold brochure designed for Finished Touch, LLC, a remodeling and interior design company.
All Fountain Beverage
French folded direct mail piece designed for All Fountain Beverage. A Treefrog Cinegraphix project.
Joshua Jewel Website
Website and e-commerce design for a custom skating apparel company.
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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