As Marketing Designer at Queen’s Quay Architects, I took on photographing completed building projects for marketing purposes. This often involved finding the right time of day to shoot, even if it was just before dawn.
I created content and design of a visual strategy for a presentation to Centre Hopitalier Princesse Grace in Monaco. Advanced use of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign resulted in a slick, sophisticated A3 size booklet and a 4’ x 3’ presentation panel.
Adobe Acrobat was used as a means to easily communicate with the client during the design process.
For this client, I created a comprehensive marketing strategy including brochures, magazine advertisements, and a 20-foot tall banner to hang on the side of a local hospital.
I also provided writing, layout and graphic acquisition for a simple single-fold brochure targeted at family physicians and other medical specialists as an introduction to the investment opportunity.
I created this memorial website on a pro-bono basis as a special request from the deceased’s family. The story of his murder was, at the time, receiving some publicity as one of the perpetrators was up for parole after serving time in prison. The writing on the site had to be carefully crafted to reflect the family’s displeasure at the murderer’s publicity, but also remain a veneration of their lost father and husband rather than an angry diatribe.
I adopted the colours of the traditional native medicine wheel in the design, and the site also included a customized server-side guestbook.
I developed a Flash-based presentation to support the London bid for a new Shriner’s Hospital for G+G Partnership Architects and London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC). The presentation was designed as an animated slide show and was accompanied by a unified booklet and website for Shriner’s members to re-visit afterwards. The CEO of LHSC specifically requested a streamlined, simple presentation that he could speak to.