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Grier Summer (http://www.bestcamp.org/) needed a new brochure for the camp program. The brochure was designed as a quick overview of all the Grier Summer offerings. It has the ability to function as a stand-alone piece or as a carrier for a CD that describes the camp programs in greater detail. Helen, director of Grier Summer offered me the creative freedom to create this lovely die-cut piece. Thanks Helen.Pin It
These three banner designs for the Motivated Child are meant to form a continuous display for conferences and trade shows. Jaylene Garau developed the Motivated Child program with busy families in mind. Her hope is that The Motivated Child will enrich the lives of families who use it and motivate children to do and to be their best.Pin It
Clark and McCarthy engineers requested a design for a dual-purpose card. They asked that I design an announcement of their new business partnership and include a message of holiday greetings.Pin It
This is a new logo for the Health Care District of Palm Beach County. The logo was created to offer the District a clearer, esthetically appealing solution to modernizing their existing logo.
This is a poster (to be printed 18″ x 24″) that I created to hang in A. H. Fisher Diamonds newly remodeled store in Red Bank, New Jersey. Claimlink is the service that replaces lost and stolen jewelry through insurance companies.
A new logo will soon be in use for the Personal Health Plan program that is administered through the Health Care District of Palm Beach County. The logo was designed and refined over several months with input from members of the Health Care District Managed Care team.