An event to celebrate the reunion of the Star-Spangled Banner and the Star-Spangled Banner handwritten poem is quite a large event in the life of an American history buff, and deserves its own VIP invitation.
Print design is my happy place. Web design is fun and challenging, but there is something so freeing and comforting about being able to create a table or change a font without having to edit lines of code.
A very significant-to-Baltimore statue was finding her new home inside of the Maryland Historical Society and a fancy to-do was held in her honor. I was asked to create an event logo, a trifold invitation, reply device, matching carriers and an after-party flyer for this very fancy to-do. Full set of pdfs available on request.
In 2013, The Oxford Club underwent a full rebranding. I was tasked with taking their chosen logo and redesigning all materials around it. This involved cost analysis, post office weight scales, and working late into the night on HTML eletters. Above are two printed booklets that went into the welcome kit for new members.
The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools needed an updated brochure to showcase their STEM program. A gatefold brochure was decided on, with the top right image being the gate, and the bottom image being the full interior. A fun, snapshot-style layout provides a feeling of realness. Bright, mostly primary colors play to the audience, which is the parents of schoolchildren.