Seedworks Film Foundation contacted me for the exhibit design, graphic design, and website design for their traveling exhibition.
I specified a suite of graphics, signage, printed material, and display panels, and provided Block Island site photography for a unified approach to a historic exhibit.
The New England Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary commissioned photography and graphic design for six descriptive posters (24" x 36") for public display at their 2017 open house.
Letter-size versions were made available for wider distribution as part of the sanctuary’s educational mission.
The City of Providence restored and upgraded the interlocking ponds at Roger Williams Park.
I established graphic standards in collaboration with scientists and the Parks Department, and designed informational and identification signage for printing on a variety of materials for multiple uses.
This multi-state, multi-agency entity requires annual creative output for three audiences: scientists, politicians, and the public.
I designed a layout and illustration approach for a consistent voice for printed booklets, large presentation posters and online, live-linked documents.
In 2013, Rhode Island’s 1663 Colonial Charter became 350 years old. It was removed from its safe and moved to a new museum in the State House.
I photographed the move and the document, and designed the museum display and label graphics in collaboration with historians, and coordinated signage appropriate to the RI State House historic color scheme and mechanical constraints.
PPS publications reach city-lovers and legislators alike, and must appear both familiar and new in each iteration.
I established classic multi-column templates and typography to speak well to multiple constituencies. Tight copy fitting, full-bleed photography, and consistent graphic structures keep the voice familiar, regular remixing and recoloring make it new.