This work, created for an AAF competition campaign for Snapple, consisted of 6 alcohol ink illustrations of food to pair with nationally popular flavors. The food was chosen to represent each regional territory, the accordion-fold print was to be delivered inside of a subscription box.
Benjamin D. Walls is an internationally awarded fine artist based in Bristol, VA. This mobile-first portfolio site was built for ease of access across platforms. With custom back-end WordPress programming spearheaded by me and coded by Jeff Rainey, the interface captures leads from potential buyers via a contact form which allows them to upload an image of their wall and request a quote directly from the gallery staff.
This corporate brochure is in introduction to Spectrum Aeromed’s capabilities in custom medical equipment. It was distributed internationally and made its’ debut at the largest helicopter show in the world Heli Expo.
Barter Theatre celebrated its’ 80th anniversary year by creating a series of flat, illustrative posters for the 2012 season under the creative direction of Nathan Wampler. My contribution to the project included “Good Ol’ Girls,” a southern musical and “I’ll Never Be Hungry Again,” a musical spoof of “Gone With the Wind.” This was the first Barter Theatre season release to be featured in the William King Museum. The project was featured in the Bristol Herald Courier, and along with Coburn Creative we received a silver Addy in 2013 for this campaign.
Raymond W. McLain is a world-touring artist from the folk music mecca Hindman, KY. A collaborative effort, we wished to create a brand representative of his virtuosic skill and world-class talent. The logo aesthetic is hand drawn, which brings an air of craftsmanship and tactile quality to his brand story, yet the photography is clean and modern.
Part of the Arts Array Spencer-Miller Memorial Concert Series, the McLain Family Band took the stage in Abingdon, VA. The appalachian band has made 14 international tours under the sponsorship of the US State Department, played concerts at the Grand Ole Opry, and appeared at Carnegie Hall and at the Lincoln Center.
“Tidings of Comfort and Jazz” came about when Steve Sensenig, a touring pianist, came to Barter Theatre in Abingdon, VA in 2012. The typography is playful and improvised, evocative of Jazz music. This poster was created for the theatre’s lightboxes and hung in the lobby of the theatre as well to advertise the show.
I produced a 15 video series for Barter Theatre’s 2012 summer run of the Broadway hit “Avenue Q.” These videos were shown during the show, projected on a screen in the middle of the set. These videos served as visual aid, subtext and scene transitions. This is the introductory cartoon that welcomed the audience into the production. The overall look and feel was meant to mimic low tech, old educational cartoons like School House Rock and Sesame Street.
The scope of the project included: cartoons made in Illustrator & Photoshop, animation in After Effects, cuts of live footage from Premiere, & selective color keying using Keylight.
CREDITS: This video series was made under the Direction of Katy Brown, with The Musical Direction of Steve Sensenig, the sound engineering of Miles Polaski and features the Puppeteering of Nick Koesters.
During the largest exposition of helicopters an aeroplanes in the world, Heli Expo, an online ad campaign was launched to promote three of Latitude’s top selling products. This splash page, featuring an HTML5 and CSS3 slide animations served as the landing page to bridge the gap from the online ad to gain further information on the customer’s item of interest.
This is a custom wordpress template for an industry leader in flight tracking based in Victoria, Canada. The interface and iconography create a user-friendly experience to allow potential customers to browse the full spectrum of Latitude’s capabilities. The backend was coded by Jeff Rainey.
This theatre gem in Abingdon, Virginia is the longest running repertory theatre in America. With the aim of touting Barter’s reputation for a broadway quality production in a quaint rural town, “Come Play” invites you to the communal experience of theatre.
In tune with their slogan “Supporting Life” Spectrum Aeromed became a sponsor for the March of Dimes. Their incubation systems have saved countless infant lives on emergency flights. This slideshow presentation was viewed by the participants and coordinators of the event.
Located in Fargo, North Dakota, Spectrum Aeromed has been providing aeromedical solutions for fixed wing and rotorcraft for many years. They were in need of a responsive brochure website in which their potential clients could browse their inventory, flip through their previous custom designs and find the sales manager for their region.