Tour poster created to commemorate Old Dominion’s first career stadium show, which also happened to be the first concert held at Levi’s Stadium.
All photographs used for this piece were taken by me.
New York Book
Chronicling my first trip to New York City, this 32-page travel diary is a detailed account of a four-day trip to see some fantastic Broadway theater, iconic New York locations, and wonderful memories created with friends.
The page layouts were created with Adobe InDesign, and I deliberately created backgrounds and chose fonts that would both honor and highlight the established branding of each Broadway show seen.
The photography used is a mix of original photography, blended backgrounds, video stills and internet sourced photography. The book was printed and bound using MyPublisher.
Website re-design for Sarah Peer of Serenity-By-Sarah, a massage therapist in Rocklin, California.
Sarah has a well-established clientele, so her website was to communicate her list of available services, make online appointment setting easier to find and to eventually offer an online store where customers can purchase guided meditations, and other wellness offerings.
The design of the website was based off of Sarah’s existing printed materials and uses a mix of images created in Adobe Illustrator as well as Sarah Peer’s own nature photography.
The website re-design for NorCal Pool Productions was a whirlwind, taking place in approximately three weeks time. My family had hired Mike Bradley to build our pool, and it was during the construction of our pool that Mike’s website had been accidentally deleted by his hosting server. Unable to recover important pieces of the website, Mike hired me to build him a Square Space site that he could manage on his own after relaunching.
Using the incredible photography from his portfolio of work as the backdrop of the design was the best way to communicate Mike’s ability to create the backyard oasis of his client’s dreams.
Local chiropractor, Juli Rodrigues, DC was starting a practice of her own and commissioned this logo for her new business. Her requests were to use a natural color palette and to incorporate a human spine into the base of the logo. The end result incorporates Juli’s love of nature as well as being a symbol of the natural methods that she uses to treat patients.
In addition to the logo, I also drafted postcards, letterhead, window graphics, newspaper advertisements, and more for the business.
I was hired by Golden Eagle Distributing (GEDC) through a temporary agency to fill-in for their lead graphic designer. During that time I was in charge of creating several types of marketing materials for distribution to authorized dealers of Shindaiwa, Echo and Bear Cat outdoor equipment products including posters, EDDM, product tags, postcard mailers, print advertisements, and email graphics.