Materials designed for the 2009 Nonprofit Human Resources Conference. Pieces included a "Save the Date" postcard, several print ads, a four-page sponsorship booklet, and the full conference program.
Program for the first annual Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference. Printed at a wind-powered facility using vegetable inks on sustainable paper.
Program for the second annual Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference. The design was created to highlight the beauty surrounding the Gulf of Mexico and to provide an uplifting backdrop to the exciting science being accomplished.
Program for the 2013 National Ocean Sciences Bowl. To enhance the commissioned painting and promote responsible print practices, I chose an uncoated, organic paper and used a single color on the interior pages.
Trifold newsletter developed for Joint Oceanographic Institutions.
A deep rich black was used to display the amazing creatures discovered and cataloged by the Census of Marine Life in this double parallel-folded brochure
Poster developed to explain one of the many processes used by scientists. Meant to be a series, I designed this to be flexible. Different arrows would be highlighted to explain another scientist's methodology.
This brochure was designed for high school students to promote and explain careers in the Ocean and Aquatic Sciences. It was funded by the National Science Foundation and developed through the NOSB.
Flyer for the annual ocean-themed video contest held by the National Ocean Sciences Bowl and other sponsors. I designed this using bright, contrasting colors to convey the theme of Ocean Acidification. The movie posters of Saul Bass were a big inspiration for this piece.
This is a roll-folded brochure for the Consortium for Ocean Leadership. It was printed on sustainable paper with a soft touch and spot gloss coating for texture and contrast. This technique gives a crispness and energy to the images and message. The circle on the cover represents a porthole giving us a window to the ocean.
I never design a building before I’ve seen the site and met the people who will be using it. – Frank Lloyd Wright