The 2010-2011 PFAS was based on the beauty of abstract, long exposure night photography. The series included both print and a Microsite. View the microsite
Detail of the typography created for the program. In this example, the direct mailer.
The 2008-2009 program was the first I designed and thus I anted to utilized only type and graphics to create an identity that would be hard to miss. The series included both print and a . View the microsite
For the 2009–2010 PFAS I broke the expected and cliched mountain and wildlife imagery by utilizing photographs of rural Montana by then student Zachary Allen to create a less expected but equally dramatic view of Montana. The series included both print and a Microsite. View the microsite
As a prelude to the visual language created for the CAA Vision 2012 book, I created this on‐campus poster to promote the college.
This small book was created for the College’s promotional needs. In this design, students stands as a symbol for their respective programs by speaking for the student body as a whole while telling their story. This connection is strengthened by the documentary style photography of Brittany Nelson. View the book