“Canon is bringing together our most powerful products, most cutting edge innovations and most inspirational ideas for one incredible exhibition.” Worked on a team of five designers and an art director to create hundreds of graphics and signage for the entire event.
The style guide includes 95 pages of assets, filenames, individual match-up images of the players, application examples, and branding guidelines for all six teams. Match-up images were taken from separate photos and created in Photoshop before being sent to a retoucher. Project also included organization and naming of all the files for the NFL to use.
Brown-Forman, Summer 2015
Opening 2017, Old Forester returns to its original location in Louisville, now a historic landmark called Whiskey Row. The final mark pays homage to the original architecture by illustrating the arch and keystone in a style that fits within the existing Old Forester logo.
AMEX Internal Award Identity
American Express, Summer 2015
After a name change, the award ceremony required a new mark. The design is a modernization of the centurion on American Express cards, reflecting the line-shadowing on the original but blending more with their official sans-serif.
The Country Wife
WMU University Theatre Department, Spring 2015
The University Theatre comes to the Design Center every year for next season’s posters and image assets. The Country Wife is a restoration comedy written in the late 1600s. I added title design to multiple advertisements with varied dimensions and uses afterward.
Nepair Identity and Branding
Nepair is a worldwide airline that embraces the unique culture, landmarks, and nation of Nepal. I designed the identity to focus on showing off the experiences Nepal has to offer and used modern design not often associated with the country. The triangular shapes echo the unique shape of the Nepal flag.
Based off the article “The Purge” by Helena Price. The topic, along with the design focuses on leaving the constant harassment from the digital world. As the article progresses, the spreads become more tranquil, focusing on nature and subjects outside of technology.
University School of Music, Fall 2014
Designed with a limit of three spot colors. I used a stippling effect to give the illusion of a gradient. The contrast between the waves and squares is meant to replicate the contrasting sound of wind and percussion instruments coming together to make cohesive music.
A concept poster for a design conference. I physically distorted each word and combined them to play off the title itself. Focused on typography and used imagery to quickly show the involved speakers.