Graphics using Illustrator and Photoshop
These digital magazine, ad and article images samples were made by using photoshop blend modes and masking to composite several images.
CIRP - CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY REHABILITATION PLAN - BC/YUKON - BROCHURE DESIGN
This client had very specific content to be communicated and a design brief, comps and consultations were done before selecting the final design. The black border is for display purposes only.
Exterior Brochure Design
Interior Brochure Design
Stamps Group Project
This was a team project in which we were required to provide thumbnails, layout sketches, comps and final designs for our own individual stamp design. Our client required us to design stamps with a Canadian theme of our choice. We decided on a British Columbia theme centered on cities and towns and formed a palette based on their weather patterns. The team worked together to agree on a cohesive design fit for the overall project. I designed the 'Tofino' stamp and the Letter 'R' for the Whistler Stamp using Illustrator.
Final Stamp Design
My Stamp Design - Tofino
Background colours were toned down on the final to reflect the stormy weather in Tofino, BC.
Design for the Whistler 'R'
I designed the 'R' in Whistler to look like the Hemloft. The Hemloft is a self-sustaining, semi-famous, nearly impossible to find cabin built somewhere on crown land around Whistler, BC.
Banners For Digital Ads
Digital Marketing requires very specific sizing for banner ads on the web. These are some examples I created using Photoshop. Tesla and Oxfam were not involved in this process in any way and they own all copyrights regarding their brand and products. These are for sample display only. The gray background color is for offset purposes only.
A poster advertisement I created for a fictitious theater company's production of the Shakespeare play 'Othello'. Designed with Illustrator.
This is a public domain Civil War era daguerreotype I found and restored as a project using Photoshop. The original is on the right and my restoration is on the left.