The University of San Diego, Climate Education Partners received a National Science Foundation grant to develop a climate change education plan for the San Diego region. The Partnership is working with local civic, business, government and education leaders to study local perspectives. The goal of the project is to understand how best to communicate the causes of climate change and its impacts, and how to adapt to, or prevent those impacts.
Kingston Conservation Commission is located in my home town of Kingston, NH and oversees development as it impacts wetlands, shorelines and the aquifer. The concept for this logo belongs to my mother, who is very active on the board and a nature enthusiast. I converted her hand drawn version into a digital file.
Having worked with Natalie for years, it was fun designing her art licensing business’ new logo. I’m happy with our collaborative results — playful typography and Natalie’s hand illustrated flowers. This logo is really sweet.
The Rolling Thunder postcard campaign was launched each year by the University of San Diego. I was the designer on this campaign from 2007 to 2015, and am proud to have been a part of it. This oversize postcard led the way among law schools nationally. As a result, we saw an increase in law school campaigns that looked suspiciously familiar. Imitation is the finest form of flattery. At least, that’s what “they” say…
This trio is a Dean’s Report, a Scholarship report and a Donor’s report, designed for the University of San Diego, School of Leadership and Education Sciences.
Mersen is a global expert in materials and solutions for extreme environments as well as in the safety and reliability of electrical equipment. Mersen designs solutions in sectors such as energy, transportation, electronics, chemical, pharmaceutical and process industries. While working with Mersen I designed lots of printed materials: catalogs, flyers, posters, etc. But the most interesting work I did for them was their trade show graphics, which applies design to a 3-dimensional end product.
I designed the TransConnect logo in 2010 for Marianne and her business partner, Cindy. The logo’s concept was a brainstorming effort between Marianne and I. Simple yet professional, I am happy with the outcome.
Since TransConnect is a translation agency owned and operated by two lawyers—one French and one American, the brochure was produced and printed in both languages.
In October of 2009 University of San Diego School of Law Energy Policy Initiatives Center (EPIC) released two executive summaries that I designed. The first one is Reducing Greenhouse Gases from Electricity and Natural Gas Use in San Diego County Buildings. The second, Reducing Greenhouse Gases from On-Road Transportation in San Diego County.