Rebranding effort included three versions of a vector logo reflecting the area’s natural beauty, a brochure to highlight the library’s many services to the community, and a brand standards guide.
I worked with Mr. Christiansen, a financial planner and insurance agent, to develop this versatile postcard design. It allows him to give prospective clients a quick financial planning overview, regardless of setting and access to technology. There is a fillable PDF version that he can also complete digitally, print and mail to the client after a…
This was the media kit used at KitchenFable Publishing to pitch elementary FRESH magazine ad sponsorship to businesses. It features the cartoon characters I developed for the KitchenFable brand; it also is the culmination of extensive research on effective marketing to millennials.
ThriveLife is a freeze-dried food company that makes pretty terrific stuff! Yes, it could be used in an emergency, but I was surprised to learn it can also be used regularly in the kitchen to simplify and speed up both shopping and cooking whole foods. It can save families both time and money. Two wonderful…
Financial planner Shaun Christiansen also uses the magazine ad I created for him as a flyer.
This print ad is for the incredibly knowledgeable pediatric dietitian, Katharine Jeffcoat, owner of Portland Pediatric Nutrition.
A property management company who supported our magazine used their half-page ad space to advertise two properties near one of the schools we worked with. While I was in the Woodburn area I took a few new photos to spruce up the ad a bit.
It was a pleasure getting to know the incredibly knowledgeable and kind Karissa Johnson, owner of Spectra Gymnastics, Oregon’s only exclusive special needs gym. We worked together to create a coupon-style ad that would offer readers of elementary FRESH magazine who were unfamiliar with Spectra an opportunity to try a class out for free.