Here's the situation I love:
A client shares a thought, a single idea, a barely formed vision. I take that idea and interpret. Sketch. Build. Grab onto a slightly different variation. Sketch some more. Mold and shape and modify as the need arises.
In the end:
It's not just an idea anymore. It's a vision brought to life, a design created to define a concept, build a brand or communicate a purpose.
And that's what I do:
Give creative life to client visions.
Who's got skills? Well, I do. If it's made by Adobe runs on a Mac or even a PC, I got it covered. HTML, CSS and XHTML? No worries. I can work with those as well. I love designing, strategizing, getting my hands dirty while drawing and staying current with the latest trends and gadgets.
Elf Yourself photoshoot and Holiday campaign media. Photos taken by Brian Kuhlmannn.
Open up to style. A self-mailer direct mail piece that opens up to a multi-tiered booklet with each page showcasing a private label brand.
Ad showcasing a new product line titled XOXO.
New concept catalog unvailing the larger assorment of cleaning and breakroom products. Developed a new template and photography style to create an easy and exciting shopping experience while maintaining a strong price perception.
A series of gift cards created for Back to School.
To reach new B2B customers a series of pitches were developed that would have multiple touches and contain solutions specific to each client. This particular campaign was about transparency within an organization's printing costs and explained how it could be improved.
Designs for 2012 Back to School campaign used across various media.
Technology photoshoot. Photos taken by Christopher Lynch.
Impress Personas photoshoot. Photos taken by Christopher Lynch.
Full line catalog redesign. Consisted of sketching 1100 pages, photoshoots and developing new templates and covers for 7 different versions.
Multi touch direct mail.
Retirement Savings Account Ad inside the PGA Magazine.