Facilities Management Year in Review

The Facilities Management department at London Health Sciences Centre needed to improve its public profile at the hospital, and one strategy was to produce a Year in Review report to deliver key messages and showcase good work.

I wrote the content, took many of the photos, and designed the document for the 16-page report. Content included:

  • letter from the Vice-President
  • the Facilities Management team
  • Featured Projects
  • Infrastructure Improvements
  • Visions for the Future

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Chicago trip

For a visit to the windy city, I enjoyed shooting the remarkable architecture in the city. Some of the shots were from a guided riverboat tour, and some of them make use of HDR (high dynamic range) photography. For some of these shots, I tried to showcase the contrasts between the colours and textures of the buildings.

Thousand Islands, New York City, and Wellnesste Lodge Roadtrip

For a two-week roadtrip, we ventured east from Toronto, stopping off for a cruise through the Thousand Islands before crossing the border and heading for New York City. On the return trip, we spent a few days in the Adirondack Mountains at Wellnesste Lodge. The quaint, peaceful resort was a welcome respite following several days of non-stop romping around NYC in 35-plus degree heat.

Architectural photography

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.

Digital Hospitals Presentation

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.

Richard Stevens Architect website

I designed a slick, flash-based website for this architectural firm that reflected their clean, minimalist design sensibility. I used their logo as a take-off for an animated, folding menu. Additional pages included showcases of their projects.