Celebrations was a Christian Bookstore in Monroe, Louisiana and a long time Pearson Design client. I did several newspaper advertisements, brochures, and filiers, but my best project for them was a 30 and 60 second television advertisement.
It was nice project with live video followed by a nice spinning logo animation completed with FormZ and ElectricImage. Final production with Avid.
As with much of the work I completed for Pearson Design, I do not have copies of the original video or of any of the print projects. The owner of Pearson Design was forced to quickly shut down the design studio due to failing health and my archived work was lost in the office move.
This was my concept for the Radio People of Monroe, Louisiana completed for Pearson Design. This logo was not used for the final client presentation. This version was a little overworked, but I think the final revision would have been really nice.
This was an entry into the poster competition for the Ruston, Louisiana Peach Festival. I didn’t win, but this was my first semi-professional try at a fully digital illustration. At least I got a decent independent study grade.
Gary Hauser, Professor of Graphic Design, at Louisiana Tech designed this brochure for the city of Ruston, Louisiana. He asked me to complete a cleaned up production ready file. This included some of the graphic chart elements and setting up the file for four color separation with a gloss for the bow on the cover.
A personal illustration piece. I think I used it as extra credit for a grade. It was completed before I moved to Monroe, Louisiana for my payed internship. I was frustrated with the move and this was my outlet.
This was a multimedia project completed for the student art exhibit at Louisiana Tech. This was completed using Director and ran a simple slideshow with music that displayed selected graphic design student work. The purpose of the project was to display the work of students who had taken their design portfolios to the Dallas Society of Visual Communicators portfolio review.