Pregnant Model Materials

Jennifer was pregnant for the third time, and wanted to make the most of it. She and I had a photo shoot, and then I edited selected photos and  created a tear-sheet/belly-shot, business card, and letter head so she could contact all the pertinent modeling agencies and get a gig before her due date! January…

Smoky Mountain Design Print Ads

Three creative ads all featuring the story and work of Smoky Mountain Design Woodcraft. One ad was specifically created for the holiday season. I did the staging and photography of the selected photos featuring the artists’ work. August – December 2009

Altered Word Magazine Front and Back Covers

The International Society of Altered Book Artists needed a creative cover for the front and back of their quarterly magazine, Altered Words. In conjunction with the publishing coordinator, I designed this cover which displays two pieces of altered art supplied from the main article of the magazine, overlaid with photos of the artists themselves. For…

Artemisia Gallery Redesign

Kim Dills, owner of Artemisia Gallery, came to me with a logo that almost worked. She liked the form, but it failed to really convey what the gallery was about. She wanted the logo updated and two business cards, one for herself and the other for her managing partner. I arranged a photo shoot at…

Matrix Business Card

Kelly Prestwood, Blacksmith, needed business cards and hang tags to go along with his iron work creations. I used his handwriting for a “logo” and showcased his fantastic twisted metal forms on the cards. Finished September 2004.

Anatomy for Pianists Book Cover Redesign

Tom Marks came to me needing a redesign of his book cover after a close friend gave him feedback that his original cover looked like a skeleton escaping a coffin… not the look he wanted. So we had a photo shoot with Tom demonstrating proper posture when playing piano, and used that as the basis…

Ground Works: Invitation Postcards

Created in 2001 for Kimberly Maruska’s gallery showing of her astounding collection of photographic works on the body in nature. Utilizing leftover test prints, the postcard mimics the bands found on film strips while conveying all the necessary information for the opening. The waste of her diligence became treasured prints to each invitation recipient. The postcards…