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2009 ADDY Winner's Book
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The Sweet Life | Orlando Magazine
Sweets issue editorial layout for the February 2016 issue of Orlando magazine.
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Chocolate Unwrapped | Orlando Magazine
Cover design and feature layout for Orlando Magazine's chocolate issue. The cover design was created in Illustrator then handed over to the folks at Peterbrooke Chocolatier Winter Park. They ordered a chocolate mold and hand painted the details. We photographed it and then composited multiple molds in Photoshop and cleaned it up. Won a Design Excellence Silver Award for Best Feature Design at the 2014 Florida Magazine Association Charlie Awards.
Floral Fashion | Orlando Magazine
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