As a designer for Digital Media Management, I created the logo and key web/marketing elements for the fashion and lifestyle site "The Haute Mess". In collaboration with editorial managers and with spokeswoman Ashley Tisdale's guidance, I aimed for fresh, innovative and artful.
Opened in July 2017, BRC Imagination Arts designed and produced a new film, major theater space and guest experience area for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. My role as a graphic designer involved creating wall and signage graphics based around a look and feel, as well as putting all physical graphics into production. I was able to learn more about large-scale design, UV light and flat print. And I got to look through hundreds of kick-ass photos to find the right one. :)
Visitor experience created, developed and produced by BRC Imagination Arts, brcweb.com
I worked as a long-term freelancer for Digital Media Management, a company that provides social media and general web content for theatrical campaigns, celebrities and brands. The nature of the creative process was fast and fun.
Tools used: paint brush, ink pen, tablet
This promotion was created for the Dunkin Donuts Tumblr page with scissors, post-it notes, iPhone, Photoshop and coffee.
All concepts, woot!
I have worked with Evite, (yes, the same Evite you've used since the internet was invented), for years and have designed digital invitation templates, key web modules, newsletter graphics, digital magazines and more. All illustrations are original, though most of the names used for invites have been stolen from friends and relatives. :)
I began my design career in print at Punch Studio, a gift and stationery company that distributes worldwide. There I designed and production-prepped hundreds of different product-types, including gift boxes, cards, wrapping paper and bath products.
Also shown are additional print-work projects, including marketing books for Entertainment Fusion Group, gift tags for Skinnygirl brand and a wine label concept.
Shapes and stuff. I really like doing these.
Live Nation: graphics for social media channels, promotional microsites
Knock Knock: email blasts, newsletter content