Earth Day Community Celebration

Thinking green, I eliminated the unnecessary collateral and removed tedious marketing projects in one fell swoop. It was definitely sold as reaffirming our commitment to be better stewards of the earth (tikkun olam). Anywho, we focused on social media marketing, partnered with radio and tv affiliates, and did I mention…

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The JCC Update

The membership magazine may or may not be the main means of communication with the members, but that is the rumor around here. This 24-page publication lists most all classes and upcoming programming, gives contact information for all department heads, highlights major community events, thanks our donors and sponsors, lists…

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Tiny House Roadshow

Huge Event, Tiny Houses. It was a 3-day event in the middle of a 3-week festival that turned into one of the largest events held on campus. I am as grateful for the opportunity to design my first billboard as I am happy that the event is done and over…

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Branding

Mills Soccer Institute is a more official presence for youth soccer training at JCC Indianapolis. Working as Visual Communications Manager at JCC Indianapolis. The name says it all. So does the icon. Community Yoga School is a yoga teacher training school inside of the Jewish Community Center of Indianapolis. Working…

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Carapace LP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 I was talking with the drummer about design concepts when a tangent about Nirvana led to their In Utero. Our teenage love of that album inspired the layers of the carapace that run through layers of the album. I used just under two…

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Painting a Sunset

The client wanted a “WOW!” sunset for the cover of their seed catalog. One problem…Ag Printers did not have any majestic sunsets in their image library. Eight covers from three other designers were rejected before I was asked to put my projects on hold to take over. I looked over…

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Turn Into the Ground LP

A full album design & layout including an 8-page booklet. I felt a like Andy Warhol working with The Rolling Stones, they gave me a dropbox full of the raw tracks, some liner notes and photographs from a friend of the band.

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