From business cards and flyers to large banners and brochures,
I have a wide variety of experience
I work on all graphic design projects from inception to production. First creating the idea with the client, then designing and preparing for print. I have connections with vendors, photographers (besides myself), printers and copy-writers so that you can leave it all to me. No project is too large or too small for me to complete. Some of the programs I use include Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop and yes, those cases when the client would like a Word or PowerPoint template.
The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network. They wanted business cards that reflected such, so I chose to emphasize the wave icon as part of of the logo. With clean, simple lines, the message is clear and simple.
Project: business cards
The goal of this nationally recognized chain is to create a healthy option for buffet-styled dining. Much of the branding was based on their mascot "Sweetie" the tomato and included strict guidleines with limited color options, fonts and photos to choose from when designing.
Projects: monthly collateral, gift cards, stickers, food tags, posters, signage, brochures, illustrations and advertisements
I worked with the San Diego Convention Center to create Comic Con buttons for their employees to wear during the event. The purpose was to welcome attendees and clearly display both the Convention Center title as well as Comic Con.
CGT is a research based center that strives to connect the worlds of academic inquiry and policy analysis. Having designed for CGT through its rebranding phase was an exciting challenge that led to more consistency throughout its site and materials.
Projects: annual reports, flyers, inserts, podium banners
The San Diego Convention Center is San Diego's largest meeting space for conventions and hosts Comic Con on a yearly basis. For each convention, I was responsible for creating any collateral the event organizers requested. Primary purpose was to welcome attendees to San Diego and provide direction and helpful information through visual pieces.
Projects: brochures, advertisements, directional sigange, banners, buttons, handouts
(Formerly the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies), GPS is a graduate school focused on addressing the crucial societal challenges of the 21st century. Throughout the rebranding of the school, I played a valuable role in aiding the direction of the visual elements and collateral.
Projects: brochures, advertisements, infographics, banners, maps, posters, handouts
A nonprofit organization that assists individuals with spinal cord injuries. The focus was to get donations, so much of the advertising was aimed toward funding.
Projects: business cards, Large scale posters, mailers, PowerPoint templates
Sure, there are those design firms out there, but why go with someone who will charge an arm and a leg and not give you the individualized attention your company deserves? I have over ten years experience and will work with you to make sure your company gets the advertising that is right for you. Whether you are a large corporation, restaurant, nonprofit, educational institution or small business, I can help you succeed in the marketing world. It also doesn't hurt that I am skilled in photography, video editing and web design with connections in the print and copy writing industries. Now, enough about me, I want to hear about you!