Your print materials are like souvenirs of your brand, that people get to take with them. It's important that they are clear, easy to read, informative, and attractive.
Major General Maurice Rose Monument Dedication Ceremony Program
In May 2021, the Colorado House of Representatives passed a resolution to construct a sculpture of General Rose on state capitol grounds.
The bronze monument, designed by renowned sculptor George W. Lundeen, depicts the general gallantly motioning to his troops. His stance speaks to the leadership and poise of General Rose under pressure.
General Rose's commanding statue reminds millions of visitors of his lifetime of service and pay homage to all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our great nation.
This print program's contents commemorates the ceremony as well as provides insight into Gen. Rose's life and legacy.
Neighbor to Neighbor Program Overview + Brochure
n order to promote the work of EMM's Neighbor Program to explain the engaging opportunity and call to community sponsorship, I developed several visually compelling, graphic documents that explained the process and how folks could get involved.
This is a preview of the program overview, as well as the brochure created for the Episcopal Church's General Convention to discuss legislation/policy within the church.
St. Francis Center Employment Services
This pamphlet was re-designed & re-created to inform community members about the services that St. Francis Center Employment Services has to offer.
This pamphlet was a new, refreshed iteration of an older, outdated document, with a feel that is more in-line with the organization's brand as a whole, incorporating more greens & peaceful variations of beige, and more uniform icons & text elements.
2019 Conference for Contemplative Practices in Higher Education
I had the amazing opportunity to work on completing a clean, easy-to-read program design for the 2019 Contemplative Practices in Higher Education conference.
This program showcased the presenters and their bios, presentation overviews, and keynote speakers. More importantly, this design and layout helped attendees understand the schedule & flow of the conference throughout the weekend, find room locations, and promote the work of the conference planning committee.