This holiday e-card was designed in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign for the University of Georgia’s Office of Campus Reservations, Events and Technical Services. The card was to be distributed by email to current clients wishing them the best during this joyous season.
This 11×17 poster was designed for Athens First United Methodist Church for their Sanctuary Choir’s December performance of J.S. Bach’s Magnificat. The artwork was designed in Photoshop, the main text constructed in Illustrator and then the final product was assembled in InDesign.
This was a button design I created for the UGA Student Food Pantry (http://ugapantry.weebly.com/) in September 2016 while serving as a graphic designer and campaign strategist for the UGA Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Task Force. It was designed in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
This was my final project for ADPR 3520 – Graphic Communications at The University of Georgia. The objective of the assignment was to re-design a poorly designed ad in order to hypothetically be printed in a popular magazine. I chose an ad constructed for Evergreen Landscaping Inc. in Holland, MI to hopefully be printed in HGTV Magazine. I completed the assignment in Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, and Illustrator.
This is a project for ADPR 3520 – Graphic Communications at The University of Georgia. This assignment was inspired by a billboard graphic competition put on by Project Yellow Light. We were charged with the task of designing a comprehensive “No Texting while Driving” campaign with ads to be placed on Instagram, Facebook, and a digital highway billboard. I chose to design everything in Adobe Illustrator to reflect a map-esque feel.
This was another project for ADPR 3520 – Graphic Communications at The University of Georgia. Inspired by the long-running 2000’s TV series “Queer as Folk.” I took the phrase “Go out with a BANG” and stylized it in Adobe Illustrator to suit the expressive type objective of the assignment. I then edited and paired it with a photo taken by a photographer for the Atlantic Journal Constitution of UGA’s spring graduation on Sanford Stadium. The combination created a powerful impression on what graduation means to many students here at Georgia.
This was my first project for ADPR 3520 – Graphic Communications at The University of Georgia. I reversed engineered in Adobe InDesign a 2-page magazine spread with an original Adobe Photoshop design in the middle. I was inspired by Dan Barber’s creative ability to combine very different, but very rich flavors into some amazing dishes. Photos were all obtained for education use for the class.