These custom Bar Mitzvah invitations reflect the natural, yet sophisticated and modern feel the clients wanted to convey. Utilizing gold foil on black and kraft paper stock, these invitations were mounted on corrugated cardboard to give them a knock-out presence.
Strategic Growth Partners needed an invitation for an annual retreat that evoked a serene but luxurious feel set in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.
All guests received foil-stamped pocket folders which turned into a poster reflecting a custom piece of artwork as well as a map indicating their points of origin. Within the pocket folder sat a custom field guide containing imagery from the location as well as a map and perforated weekend schedule card.
Urban Harvest—a local nonprofit organization—inspires and empowers people of diverse backgrounds to
grow and share healthy foods while enriching the city. In lieu of an annual gala, Urban Harvest decided to send a mailer encouraging the community to support one of the three programs at its core: Youth Education.
Various web graphics for Crave's Fifth Birthday, Summer Picnic Packs, as well as "We Care" (Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free and Vegan Cupcake Roll-out).
HOUSTON HISTORIC DISTRICT
A handy map made for the Downtown District to encourage locals and visitors alike to check out the Houston Historic District. A collaborative project.
Lucchese bootmakers needed a refresh of their polo team jerseys after a company re-brand.
Painter and creator extraordinaire Jesse Outlaw and I are currently designing a website to make him more accessible to his clientele. The site will have a sampling of work and e-commerce capabilities.
MEINIG 50TH ANNIVERSARY
Art collectors Nancy and Pete wanted their 50th wedding anniversary invitation collateral to reflect their love of fine art, friends and Aspen. The invitation pays tribute to pieces from their personal collection. A collaborative project.
Featured in HOW International Design Awards Annual, 2013
In 2012, commercial real estate giant, Transwestern, was named in the top ten best places to work by the Houston Business Journal for the tenth year in a row. They subsequently launched a company-wide campaign celebrating their largest asset—hardworking employees.