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Orlando Wedding Magazine Spring/Summer 2014
Selections of layouts from the 2014 Spring/Summer issue of Orlando Wedding Magazine.
Domtar Sustainability Campaign
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.
The Great Outdoors | Orlando Magazine
Cover and feature design for The Great Outdoors issue for Orlando magazine, November 2014.
2014 Dining Awards | Orlando Magazine
2014 Dining Awards cover and feature design for Orlando magazine.
Contemporary Wedding Fashion | Orlando Wedding
Contemporary and modern wedding fashion pictorial for Orlando Wedding magazine, Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
3 piece anti-smoking ad campaign target to pregnant women.
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.
2015 Pets Issue | Orlando Magazine
Art direction and design of the cover and feature for the 2015 Pet Issue of Orlando Magazine, September 2015.
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.
A collection of various logos that I have designed over the years.