One of my most interesting clients to date has been the TLBAA located in the Stockyards of Fort Worth, Texas. When you start advertising the bodily descriptions of these bulls it can be hard to keep a straight face. I loved writing the headlines and every minute of my time spent with these guys.
I began my relationship with UNT Gerontology by developing their internal website. I continued to help them market their program with a unique fold-out brochure that would easily mail.
Besides menus and typography, I also had the more demanding job designing projects for clients and members of the club that ranged from golf hole guides, a CD cover for the corporate logos, invitations to premier events, and even a 4 color calendar, which we printed in house on a two color press! Talk about a…
I love baseball! While I was in Rome, Georgia I was able to redesign the Tomahawk Times for the exceptional minor league team. The hardest thing was getting the most up-to-date stats!
While working for Rome-News Tribune, I was tasked with layout and design of the Chamber’s flagship marketing magazine. Together with the Newspaper Editor’s help, we put together one of the strongest tools for drawing new business and professionals to the area. This tool was a valuable asset to the entire community’s growth.
On multiple occasions I was tasked with presenting United® Cutlery to new distributers by creating original, powerful presentations with data input from the Sales Manager. Here is my favorite, packaged in a slimline aluminum folder. Included were the United Master catalogs which I was the lead designer for the past 5 years.