I just finished a redesign of The Royal Dispatch, the official quarterly of the American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club, Inc. They wanted to update and strengthen their look. The magazine is primarily black and white with a color cover and advertisements. We kept the design simple – letting the photos hold the stage. Please [...]
On time. Under budget.
December 6, 2010 Dear Ms. Teasley, Please find enclosed three copies of the new annual report for the Missouri Joint Municipal Utility Commission which arrived Friday, on time and with the project under budget in large part due to your diligence, your expertise, and your creativity. I cannot begin to express my appreciation to you [...]
“We Always Swing”
I’ve been working with the “We Always Swing” Jazz Series for many years now. The Jazz Series is one of the great benefits of living in Columbia, MO. Each season we produce the season schedule, poster, postcards, ads and programs following a design concept, in this case the swirls, to tie the year together. To [...]
This strong brand began with a logo who’s font is as round as a pipe. Bright contrasting colors help it stand out against the greens of crops.
K Accounting, Inc.
A strong brand does not have to be expensive. Kay already had a logo so we worked with images and color to create a brochure unique to her and her business. The web site and small ad fell into place after. With these three pieces and an online directory and business card her marketing needs [...]
This annual conference draws people from across the state. Last year we were able to print in color and left “green” behind. Click to see supporting materials.
Beyond the black…
This ad campaign was designed for a professional quarterly magazine. Copy stayed the same but we changed out the images each quarter. Click to see the other ads in the campaign.
It’s all about balance
This was a fun and long-running campaign. The trick was to find images with people in the act of balancing, or not! Click to see the related banner, billboard and poster.
MAR midterm report
We wanted to tell a story with this publication. We needed to record the events that had occurred during the past six months while highlighting the future direction of the organization. Please click to see additional pages.
Filters were applied to the art to help underscore the story line of the play.
We needed a strong, vibrant image for this exclusive event. To step up the art I applied several filters to add movement and a handcrafted touch.
Get your game on
This client was having a contest where everyone was a different character from the “Lion King.” To make it a little more fun, I merged several photos to create the winner’s prize.
In this recruitment handout, with matching display, we had an excellent image but there were some distracting elements that needed to be eliminated (wrinkled skirt/black board). We couldn’t eliminate all of the wrinkles but their impact was reduced.
This general information piece uses a staggered-width page to create a tabbed document. Color was used to emphasis the different tabs as well as underscoring the topics. Click to see additional pages.
A client needed an image of a new bag that hadn’t been produced yet. So using a combination of stock photos, we created a “bag” to use until the actual one was available.