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Feature design for the start of Orlando City Soccer in Orlando magazine March 2015 issue.
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Editorial feature for the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Orlando Wedding Magazine. Written by Leigh Duncan.
Orlando Wedding Magazine Fall/Winter 2013
Selections of layouts from the 2013 Fall/Winter issue of Orlando Wedding Magazine.
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.
The Great Outdoors | Orlando Magazine
Cover and feature design for The Great Outdoors issue for Orlando magazine, November 2014.
2014 Best of Orlando | Orlando Magazine
Best of Orlando cover and feature layout for the August 2014 issue of Orlando magazine (featuring the talented cast of Treasure Tavern).
2013 Arts Preview Feature | Orlando Magazine
Editorial feature for Orlando Magazine October 2013 issue about preview for the upcoming arts season.
2014 Pet Issue | Orlando Magazine
Annual pet issue editorial layout, art direction and photo/prop styling.
Corporate identity materials for imaginary company, Print Squid. Includes logo, business card, letterhead, and envelope.
Lush Handmade Cosmetics
Rebranding campaign for Lush Cosmetics, featuring logo, letterhead, envelope, business card, style guide, product packaging, billboard, and direct mail piece. The objective of this project was to take a pre-existing company and create a new look for their brand. The specific pieces we needed to create were a logo, corporate identity materials, outdoor advertising, a direct mail piece, and a company style guide. Additionally, I chose to create product packaging, as the look of their products would be central to solidifying the new brand.