Can you think of 50 different Christmas traditions? I created 50 collectible cards sharing just that! From going ice skating to writing Santa to going Christmas caroling, each card explains a different tradition and gives you a fun tip to go with it! I also constructed and wrapped the box they come in.
This project is the evolution of an alphabet made by using pictographs. This alphabet is unlike most others because the letterforms are created out of everyday objects. This alphabet tells a story about the versatility of a Swiss Army Knife.
During one of my practicums in school, I worked with a Realtor on his marketing plan, mainly on his Craigslist campaign. But one of the first things I did was create his business cards, which he was very pleased with!
I was given the amazing opportunity to intern for the Dingbat Press, based out of rural Idaho. I learned the craft of letterpress printing by registering plates on the press and printing different letterpress designs, which included: wedding suites, graduation announcements, gift tags, note cards, etc. These are some of the products that I printed:
For one of my Communications Practicums, I was the marketing coordinator for one of the departments in student activities, the Life Skills Workshops. These were a couple of the posters we made that were hung up around campus to drive traffic to the workshops:
The purpose of this project was to create an original “typogram” which is a word that can used to express themselves through type. These typograms illustrate the meaning of the words more than the letterforms themselves.
While I was taking a photojournalism class, my professor approached me and asked me if I would be interested in working in his department, Photo Services. Being that it was more on the creative side than my current job was, I was thrilled! I ended up working there until I graduated and loved every minute of it. Here a few photo samples:
After not being content with any of the options out there, I decided to design my own wedding announcements. I wanted to keep the design traditional, but chose to spice it up with a turquoise envelope.