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Print Design + Production

Pizza4UTooGo: Corp ID

(2003) Logo system for a fictional internet company, featured in a 48-Hour Films mockumentary "Pie in the Sky".

Federation of Massachusetts Farmers' Markets: Corp ID

(2004) Logo rebuild for a non-profit group for Massachusetts farmers. The top pair are currently used by The Federation's marketing department. Below is a 4-step progression of the development process. This was part of a larger project of redesigning the FMFM website.

Ruddy Duck Records: Corp ID

(1999) ID was applied to business cards, posters, CD packaging and other marketing material.

Massachusetts Alliance of Small Contractors: Corp ID

(1994) Non-profit networking group for small businesses of Massachusetts.

Merrill Lynch: Advertising

(2000) Recruitement advertising in Boston-area publications (Boston Globe, Boston Software News, MIT Tech Review).

JWG Associates: Advertising

(1993) National recruitement advertsing. Newpaper advertising, brochures and collateral.

Print Design + Production: University of Miami Benefits Update

(2006) Full color, 4-page, single-sheet newsletter.

Presentation Design: Miscellaneous Presentations

(2006) Designed to match material built with page layout applications, such as Adobe InDesign or Quark XPress. The challenge: PowerPoint doesn't have the object management tools of those page layout applications (linked images, right-align, styles or layers).

Print Design + Production: Instructional User Guide

(2005) Full-color, 5 ½" x 8 ½".

Film Noir Preservation: Program Design

(2004) A full-color, 5 ½" x 8 ½" theater program. for a film-preservation organization based in Arlington Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Alliance of Small Contractors: Brochure Design

(1994) Three-color, lettersize three-fold direct mail.

Education Today: Newsletter Design

(1998) Unpublished complete redesign of a full color, lettersize parent's publication.

International Data Group: WYSIWYG

(1993 - 1996) Graphic Design and Illustration for the WYSIWYG column of Computerworld magazine.

International Data Group: Cyberland Spread

(1996) Double-page spread infographic for Computerworld magazine. Spread measures 22" x 17".

Computer Industry: International Data Group, Datamation

(1996) Various information graphics.

Children's Education: Houghton-Mifflin

(1996) Various information graphics for childrens' text books.

Print Design + Production: Pocket Folder

(2004) Designed to hold modular collections of lettersize marketing material. Designed, developed and produced from start to finish. Custom die-cut, special color separations.

Wedding Invitation: Sophie and Mike


The Learning Company: Reader Rabbit

(2003) Converted content from computer games into print medium. Specific roles included illustration, page layout, content modification and visual standards enforcer. We built three workbooks (each one with 300 pages of educational exercises and activities!) in twelve weeks.

Merrill Lynch Media Campaign: ITG Hunt

(2001) Multimedia recruitment advertising campaign targeted at MIT graduates. Provided graphic design and illustration for both print and promotional website.

Ruddy Duck Records: CD Design

(1999) Provided graphic design, illustration, copy-editing and production.

Computer Industry: Various Icons + Small Graphics

(1993-1996) Sample of icons and other small graphics, designed for repeated, thematic use in magazines.


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