This was a post created for Facebook for the Super Bowl. I wanted that Super Bowl feel to really come to life and draw viewers in during the big weekend.
This post was for a bagel shop located near the Naval Academy. I wanted to tie in the local happenings (graduation) in a fun way to the bagel shop.
Valentine's day posts on social media typically contain all things pink, red, and hearts in every corner. I wanted to specialize this post for the client's industry. The bagel with the cut out heart said nothing BUT Valentine's Day to me, so I wanted to create a unique post for the holiday that wasn't what other industries typically post.
Talk about making social media fun- I loved making this brady bunch themed post with bagels! I wanted to create a social media post that I personally would like seeing, and with such a love of pop culture in society today, I knew people would enjoy this fun spin on a classic.
This post is really about placement of the type and conveying the quote. I wanted the visual to match the text. This image was very clean and with the focal point being the tree, it was the person image to create this type-heavy post on.
This is a cover photo created for a sportswear store. I wanted the photo to contain the equipment from the sports that the store sells gear for. I also wanted one jersey to stick out from the rest in the sense that this store is #1 for sports gear!
"Rebecca Book Cover"
My assignment was to create a book cover- I chose to create a cover for "Rebecca" by Daphne DuMaurier, one of my favorites. The book is a "mystery" novel with an element of romance, so I chose a color scheme that was light but also included a raspberry color that I felt conveyed the romantic/mysterious side of the novel. I chose to use silhouettes because Rebecca's character is largely a mystery throughout the novel, so I wanted to convey that.
Poster for Vizzini's Pizza n Subs
This is the first poster of a two-part series that highlights Vizzini's speciality pies. I wanted a simple design that really highlighted the pies, so I chose to make the pizzas the biggest element on the poster. I chose the font colors to keep them in line with the colors in Vizzini's logo in order to make the poster look cohesive.
Poster for Vizzini's Pizza n Subs
This is the second poster in a two-part series that highlights the pizzas Vizzini's offers. I created this poster to be cohesive with the previous one, but I also wanted this one to feel different. I chose to vary the layout from the first one and place the pieces around the edges of the poster. I felt that this would help to highlight the pies and grab viewer's attention since these are the largest elements on the poster.
This is one of the most challenging and satisfying pieces I've worked on, made entirely of type, the assignment was to create a typographic piece based on a line from the novel Alice in Wonderland. I chose to do the line where Alice falls down the rabbit hole and wanted to make the piece feel like she was really falling, which is why it is a bit blurred. I wanted the "rabbit hole" to come to life and seem as if it was swallowing her whole. Ideally, I would love to use this piece on a poster.
This is world bank currency that I created, based around the theme of famous ships around the world and throughout history. I wanted to use really vibrant colors that I felt would attract people more towards the bills. In incorporating all of the necessary elements, I wanted the bills to be cleanly-designed but also have an element of prestige, since they are for the world bank!
St. Martin's-in-the-Field-Episcopal School Anniversary Logo
I created this logo to be used for the school's 60th anniversary year. I wanted to incorporate the school's shield from their regular logo into this logo, so I incorporated it into the 60. The logo will be used on t-shirts, stationary, social media, the website, and other school notes for the year to commemorate their 60th anniversary.
This CD cover was created for Coldplay's most recent album, "Ghost Stories". This is how I interpreted the title and created the CD cover and back. I chose to use a "ghost ship" sailing in front of a moon on the front because when I hear the title "ghost stories", I think of darkness, a ghost ship, and telling stories around the campfire as a kid. I brought those ideas to life on this album cover with incorporating the ship against a black background. I really wanted to bring that dark and mysterious feel to life on this to go with the title.