Design Work, Portfolio, Recent Work
Print Design | Graphic Design | Website Graphics | Illustrator Images
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Website and Print Graphics
SVG images were created for the 2018 speaker series based upon images sent in from each speaker and created with Adobe Illustrator. All coloring for the images was pulled from the CHIFOO brand identity elements. All images needed to work for both the series brochure and the website.
Portfolio, Recent Work
Rustic Wedding Graphic Work
Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue! On this occasion, I provided something new.
Putting together a fun and not expected wedding portrait was a treat- especially since the bride and groom are great people.
Materials were easily sourced- it was the vector files that took a bit of time to construct, but as you can tell I got it working. We (the planners of this bride’s bridal shower) used the graphic also for bridal shower invites.
But I digress, here are some in progress photos of the work.
I printed out the full profile and cut out the positive space of each face, so that I could use the negative space as a stencil. I think the end product was worth the time.
Amazing what a little spray mount, some plotted prints and a trip to the Rebuild Center will create. Very pleased with the results- I only wish that I had gotten a photo of the outside at night (the lanterns glowed).
Featured are images that I worked on for various clients that illustrate my Photoshop image manipulation skill set.
The photo was missing half of the rug and bag (among other things). It also had many other unwanted objects in frame; boots, plants and background wall were eventually erased from the photo. I intensified the color, lightened certain parts of the source photo and added boots and graphics to finish off this advert.
Original Photo: Fabio Prieto & Leah Meijer
Model: Halla Williamson
These images were created while working with Sirius Media LLC for Northwest Wools.
The client asked for the scarf image and the paper image to be put together in the same image.
In order to keep the bright and warm feel of the scarf and keep the unique type of the text and logo, I decided to place the two together so that the paper image looked like a paper business card/label on the scarf. I mostly used masking, layer adjustments, vector selections, and transformation tools with light painting and dodging.
Original Photo: Jackie Kraybill
Scarf: Silloway Weaving
Was super excited to be involved in the creation of this event and advert for Artifact’s Grand Opening Gala.
Original Photo by Sydney Fox of Sydney Fox Photography.
Design Work, Portfolio
Photography and a couple of very quick mock-up adverts for Portico.