This poster was designed for the Children’s Nursery School’s Community Night Fundraiser. Not only did it advertise a specific event, it also served to attract potential new students for its parent co-operative preschool in downtown Portland, Maine.
While working for Shoestring Creative Group, I designed a logo for the Maine Libraries Campaign. This logo was used throughout the state of Maine to promote local libraries.
I designed this logo to represent Reiche Community School’s new garden. Reiche school has used the logo on t-shirts as well as in all marketing materials related to the school garden project.
I designed and developed this site for the Children’s Nursery School in Portland Maine as a marketing tool for the school. It gives detailed information to prospective families interested in this unique, co-op program for preschoolers.
I created Super Fly as a gender-neutral design in conjunction with Super Chick. My plan is to create t-shirts featuring Super Fly.
I designed and developed this web site for Mark Read-Smith, a certified Rolfer in Asheville, NC. Mark needed a site to market his new business and provide information to prospective clients.
Pen and ink drawing on paper.
I designed this poster for Reiche Community School’s annual silent auction fundraiser. New in 2012, this event was to be held outside the school grounds at Port City Music Hall – a live music venue in Portland, Maine. The adult-only event included a large silent auction and live music by two local bands.
I designed and developed a logo and web site for Studioverde Landscape Architecture + Design in 2009.
I created this logo – or set of logos – to be interchangeable. The Maine Artery is the parent company of Oak Street Studios in Portland, Maine. Oak Street is a Young People’s Art Institute, offering a wide variety of art classes for children from preschool through high school.
I designed a school logo and then took that logo and added a circle of the word “community” in several different languages. This shirt is meant to represent the diversity of this downtown Portland elementary school whose student body represents over twenty nations.