Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Here are a couple of mailers I have created for The Joe Taylor Group.
As part of their service, we create these ads to send around to the surrounding neighborhoods of their newly listed properties. We keep the back the same and adjust the front to highlight the best parts of the featured property.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
My great friend is having a baby boy in just a couple of weeks!
For her baby shower I added this small stationary set that had her baby to be's name on it, with coordinating envelopes, wrapped in twine. I received a gift similar to this when I had my girl and I LOVED them. They are wonderful to use for thank you cards, love notes to family members or even for baby announcements!
Friday, November 5, 2010
Congratulations Scott Hammond, Assemblyman of District 13!
Here are the samples of the last two mailers we sent out just before election day. We kept the same photo on the front of both mailer for identity and varied the back.
It was a great experience working on this campaign for Scott and even more exciting that he won! Good Luck Scott! I have no doubt that you will do great things for our district!
Thursday, November 4, 2010
I was honored to be asked to help with this wonderful foundation! Below is the blog banner and button.
There is quite a bit in the works for this project so you should expect to see quite a bit more from me on here.
Click over or use the button on the left to see how you can contribute and get involved!
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
I have a great friend from high school named Nicole Baldwin, runs a photography studio in Utah. Last year, she asked me to create a business card for her. The above is what I like to call "the sampler". When I begin a project, clients will usually give me some general ideas of what they are envisioning. For example, Nicole knew she wanted to incorporate stars and a blue into her card. Being a photographer we also knew she had some artistic freedoms as far as the traditional biz type cards go (in other words we wanted to go more edgy).
So with the initial input I'll create the "sampler", in which I will intentionally try to vary the styles and layouts. Once a client can see a variety of work to choose from, it will significantly help us narrow down the specifics of what we like and don't like. From here a client will pick and choose from fonts, colors, pros and cons; all of which I will incorporate to help them create their perfect business card!
Monday, October 11, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
I did not take this photo, just put together the invite. So frankly, with a baby as cute as that my job was simple. My friend's cousin actually took the shot and as soon as I can get an email/site/some type of contact info I will include it here.
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
As you may recall from this previous post, I have been working on a local political campaign for Scott Hammond, who is running for Assemblyman of District 13 here in Las Vegas. He won the primaries and has maintained a strong campaign throughout this new election.There is quite a variety of work used on this campaign (t-shirts, car magnets, pencils...to name a few). But I was so very excited about how these huge A-frame signs turned out that I had to post it here first! The incredible shot is courtesy of one of my favorite local photographers, Amy Rhodes.
Scott told me that the day the signs went up, he actually got a call from the man that put them up, asking Scott who his designer and photographer are because, he been doing this a long time, and this is the best sign he has ever seen! (Woot woot!)
I have been helping a local law firm, Piet & Wright, throughout the last few months with their marketing needs. Below are the first of quite a few projects we have been developing. It has been an educational and rewarding experience working with that firm to create something that is informative, professional, appealing and effective.
The above flyer is done in B&W, which created a substantial savings in print costs. I often think B&W gets underestimated. The firm produced this one on yellow paper in their office to distribute locally, by hand.
Who knew working with lawyers could be so enjoyable? ;)
I recently had an opportunity to create this Newspaper Pull Out Ad for a Scouting Expo being held back east. I was really excited for this project. I wanted to create something historic-esque while keeping it updated. We also created a full page flyer to distribute by hand, shown below.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
My sister is off to Girl's Camp this summer with the Young Women in her ward (congregation). The theme of their group is super-heros and these particular ladies are going to be the "Heroic Hotties!" This is a 4x3 foot vinyl banner.
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Saturday, April 24, 2010
Friday, April 23, 2010
I was asked by Scott Hammond to help develop his campaign for Assemblyman of District 13.
This was challenging since it was such a different dynamic but I really enjoyed it! He is what we came up with.
Large road sign
Walk Piece Front
Walk Piece Back
My sister enlisted my help last Christmas to create personalized stationary for each member of her sister-in-law's family. The oldest son was leaving for a mission so we thought stationary would be the perfect family gift for them. We personalized one to match the age and style of the recipient!