A logo design created at the National Aquarium for the Greater Baybrook area in Baltimore. The seal is used to preserve the historic background of the area, while the monoline illustration gives it a modern touch.
35th Anniversary of the National Aquarium
A square gatefold invitation created for the National Aquarium's 35th Anniversary event. Traditionally, the color coral is associated with 35 years and coral was given as a gift because magically powers were associated with it. This invitation was inspired by these traditions.
A package redesign for Blistex that was originally targeted towards an older, female audience. This redesign has been made to appeal to a younger female audience, who are interested in trendy patterns.
A redesign of Artist's Magazine that demonstrates a strong sense of hierarchy and typography. Included in this redesign: a new masthead, table of contents, letter to the editor, department spread and feature spread.
An invitation created for the Baltimore Tattoo Museum. Guests are invited to come judge a tattoo cover-up competition hosted by Dave Navarro.
ARTblocks is a nonprofit organization that helps Baltimore communities grow an organized plan for transforming the spaces around them into safer, more artful, and livable places that connect people to the environments in which they live.
This set of advertisements incorporates the Baltimore skyline and within this skyline, there are various art tools.
Baltimore Tattoo Museum
An identity suite redesign for the Baltimore Tattoo Museum that incorporates the Baltimore Oriole and was inspired by Sailor Jerry.
A poster/brochure design created for Electric Forest—a four day music festival in Rothbury, Michigan.
A set of 4 buttons created to spread AIDS awareness. Each button is a fact about AIDS/HIV accompanied by an info graphic.
Did you know that:
- 1 in 6 people are living with AIDS and are undiagnosed.
- 1 in 5 women are new HIV infections.
- Every 9.5 minutes someone becomes infected with HIV.
- 1 in 4 people are virally suppressed.
For this project, my class was given an assignment directly from the design team at DeWalt located in Towson, MD. Our first task was to redesign their "good, better, best" drill bit packaging. The second task was to take our redesign and change their typeface (Helvetica Neue) to a different one (I chose Avenir Next Condensed and change one of their colors). This project taught me that even though brand guidelines can be very strict, there is still room for creativity.