Portfolio - Print


Smith Wedding

The Duncan/Smith wedding was themed around the outdoors, featuring weathered wood, simple greenery and even reception tables named after trees (a natural choice for a groom that's an arborist). Invitations were designed in a stitched book layout that incorporated the wedding colors of brown and sage throughout. The invitation booklet included a perforated reply postcard tear-out that was USPS compliant, area map, as well as photos of the bride and groom. Wedding programs, name cards, and other printed materials for the wedding carried the theme throughout.

 


ABVI Annual Report (2012-2013)

A striking departure from past collateral, the main visual of the 2012-2013 annual report focused on a tactile painting by Rochester artist Carey Corea titled "Cityscape", a tribute to the mission at the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ABVI). The encaustic painting featured bold colors and texture, creating a piece that can be experienced by both sight and touch. The painting was also translated to a larger than life wall mural in the entrance of ABVI's new building, further showing the importance of the piece to the people at ABVI. The painting's colors and textures were carried throughout the report, highlighted by a cover that featured Kodak dimensional ink, translating the tactile experience of the painting into the annual report itself.

 


Jackson Wedding

Invitations for the Duncan/Jackson wedding were designed to reflect the bride and groom, both who enjoy hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. Natural paper was chosen to be the backdrop for a wood texture design and flannel inspired typeface. The bride's favorite color, orange, was infused throughout the invitation. Each one was hand assembled and included a back pocket to hold a photo of the couple, hotel information and reply card.

 


ABVI Annual Report (2011-2012)

Coming off a highly successful 100th anniversary year and "See" campaign, the Association for the Blind and the Visually Impaired (ABVI) wanted to create an annual report that focused less on the past and more on the future. The "See Tomorrow" annual report followed up on one of the main stories featured during the prior year, showing the progress of one amazing boy that ABVI supports. The report also highlighted key successes throughout the fiscal year.

 


Artisan Church Capital Campaign

After years of growth, Artisan Church decided as a congregation to take the appropriate steps to purchase the church building they had been renting. In preparation for such a big financial step, a visual look for a capital campaign was needed. Working with a team of members and pastoral staff, we established a direction built around being Deeply Rooted in the community the church has committed too. Assets included a 12 page booklet, banners, letterhead, and message series visuals. The campaign was a huge success, bringing in over $160,000 in financial commitments over the next two years.

 


Artisan Church Series Graphics

In collaboration with the pastoral staff of Artisan Church, I’ve designed multiple sermon series graphics over a two year period. A variety of visual styles and approaches have been used, depending on the theme and tonality of each series.

 


West Side Wine - Wine Labels

For a joint wine making venture with close friends, I developed a series of labels for 4 separate wines being produced. Names of each wine were mutually decided on. Each wine was given an illustrated icon, as well as a unique description and fake Surgeon General’s warning. The end result was a comical series of homemade wine to share with friends and family.

 


Mirror Show - Holiday Invite 2010

In an effort to be paperless, the invitations for the 2010 MSM holiday party came to employees as an interactive PDF. Employees could submit all their RSVP information in a just few simple clicks. The design was inspired from antique furniture/door hardware, giving a classic warmth to the holiday season.

 Employer // Mirror Show Management

  


Mirror Show - Holiday Invite 2009

Astronics Corporation, a leader in airplane power systems, lighting and electronics, provides parts for both commercial and military aircraft. Their annual reports for both 2007 and 2008 needed to reflect their technical precision and could only feature aircrafts in which their product was featured. Finding the appropriate stock photography of fighter jets and commercial craft provided one of the toughest challenges for the project.

 Employer // Mirror Show Management 


D'Angelo Wedding

I illustrated our wedding invitations in an organic, art nouveau style. Subtle line work is displayed on the covers, which become full color illustration once the invitation is opened. Each hand-crafted invitation featured a unique accordion design. Envelopes featured an address label wrap and vintage stamps. All printed pieces also coordinated with our wedding website.

 


Kodak GCG - Flexcel Camera Demo Piece

For a promotional mailer to printers, Kodak wanted to create a sample package showcasing the abilities of their Flexcel print technology. While traditional package printing has trouble with fine line details, gradients and facial tones, Kodak’s technology excels. The design focused on emphasizing these challenging elements for printers, showing that Kodak offers a solution. The final product was a gift box which compared disposable camera packaging (labels, sleeve, and package) printed with both Kodak Flexcel and traditional package printing.

 Employer // Bob Wright Creative

 


Kei Advisors, Astronics Corporation

Astronics Corporation, a leader in airplane power systems, lighting and electronics, provides parts for both commercial and military aircraft. Their annual reports for both 2007 and 2008 needed to reflect their technical precision and could only feature aircrafts in which their product was featured. Finding the appropriate stock photography of fighter jets and commercial craft provided one of the toughest challenges for the project.

 Employer // Bob Wright Creative


Financial Institutions, Inc.

Financial Institutions, Inc. needed an annual report design conveying the economic crisis, but showing that their line of banks continue to be a strong, stable assets for both customers and investors. On the illustrated cover, Financial Institutions’ logo is engraved in the keystone of a strong stone bridge, providing a path over troubled waters. The illustration is carried throughout the report. Final Illustration: Ken Townsend, Bob Wright Creative.

 Employer // Bob Wright Creative


Heritage Christian Services

For Heritage Christian Services’ 2008 Report to the Community, the concept was “We are many parts. We are one body.” This theme reflected Heritage’s unity amongst a variety of programs. The cover design featured the many faces that appeared throughout the report, creating a unified entity with the Heritage logo. The report featured large panoramic images of each program, as well as a fold out back cover to provide for an expanding list of program locations.

 Employer // Bob Wright Creative