With many pages, you need to know where you are, and what info you’ll find. A graphic, brand consistent header for your webpages is the best way to accomplish that. June 2013.
The Insert/Flyer came out great, but it’s hard to connect with people without a business card… that’s why I whipped up these business cards, staying brand consistent. Available in color and grayscale for printing flexible and cost consciousness. June 2013.
More rotating banners to keep up with the news and events of the Asheville Marathon! June 2013.
Asheville Marathon, one of the main events coordinated by iDaph Events, is a big deal held on the Biltmore Estate. They wanted give their WordPress website a fresh new look, one that screamed royalty and opulence. We’re working to bring more elegance to the digital format, starting with updated rotating banner images. May 2013.
Working with Mike Winer of Seeing Results to develop his new business concept into a format that is easily communicable to potential partners and associates in a visually striking manner. The complex concept is for a new collaboration program that focuses individuals within businesses and organizations to maximize their success, making business mutant superheroes, effectively…
This Etsy shop banner is straight forward, but unique in it’s effective simplicity. Wood products showcased, a little typography, and viola! Etsy shop banner made to order! February 2013.
Quick redesign of the header of a newspaper to stay in keeping with the comic book reference but integrate the tagline and hold it’s own. Here is the redesigned version as well as the original. October 2004.
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…
Pocket guide book cover designed as a template for easy updating to each new location for More for Less Publishing. Background image I photographed of my own behind. Photoshop filters and Illustrator magic to finish the cover design. June 2003
Gay pride week in Asheville and the retail store at the airport wanted sophisticated and hand made pride shirts to sell to the traveling proud. I devised this block print and the rainbow printing method to fill their design needs. September 2006.