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Three piece print campaign for Domtar EarthChoice Paper. Includes 2 double-sided, tear-out print ads and one large format poster. The objective was to find an printed advertisement and recreate it. The original ad for Domtar EarthChoice Paper featured a young boy holding a paper airplane — I decided to take that one step further by creating a more interactive ad campaign. These ads are designed to be perforated tear-outs from a design magazine, like Print or HOW, and the folded along the dotted lines to the shape of a paper airplane. Additionally, I created a poster to promote the campaign as well; the poster won a 2009 Local Silver STUDENT ADDY Award.
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Contemporary and modern wedding fashion pictorial for Orlando Wedding magazine, Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
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Shops We Love editorial layout from the December 2015 issue of Orlando Magazine.
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Art direction, photo touchup, and editorial layout for the April spring fashion 2016 issue of Orlando magazine. Illustrations and type treatment by Leah Quinn.
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Art direction and editorial layout for the May 2016 Dining Awards issue of Orlando magazine. 3D printed statue by William "Wink" Winkler.