Logo / identity / web design
waterbottles / patches / email template
Share adventures, learn skills, and gain insights.
The Ladies Adventure Club is a women's organization that connects members through local events and outdoor activities. Members regularly join adventures that range from kayaking to biking or skiing.
Posters — print+web / social media ad graphics
Banded Horn Brewing Company is located within the 150-year-old Pepperell Mill complex in Biddeford, Maine. They strive for a harmony of flavors with each brew, from traditional styles to cutting-edge beers that defy classification.
Logo / identity / web collateral
print collateral / merchandise
Maine College of Art is a fully accredited, degree-granting art college in the city of Portland, Maine.
As a junior student at MECA, I worked collaboratively on a team of seven design majors and Pentagram’s Eddie Opara to create a logo for MECA. As a senior student, I completed an internship in the Marketing & Communications department and assisted in building an identity and encompassing applications.
I now work as the Digital Media Specialist & Assistant Designer at MECA. I am in charge of the digital presence: social media, website, email marketing. I also collaborate with the senior designer and project coordinators around the college to develop and execute marketing campaigns and visual components ranging in size, scope, and complexity.
In early 2016, I worked closely with EriDesign, web design and app development firm located in Boston, MA, for MECA's website re-design.
Commencement cover photo was taken by Kyle Dubay.
Identity / logo / print collateral
The Portland Bach Festival is a six-day festival located in Portland, Maine. Visitors can enjoy activities like concerts in the round, lectures, masterclasses, open rehearsals, and beer on the waterfront events. All concerts are within intimate spaces, so one can be close to the musicians and close to the music.
Each year, the D.L. Geary Brewing Company holds a competition at the Maine College of Art to design the summer packaging.
My submitted packaging was the Winner of the Geary’s Summer Ale Design Competition in 2014. Along with being awarded a $5,000 Scholarship, the work is featured on Geary’s Summer Packaging which has more than 1 million units distributed on the East coast.
Soccer/beer image by Brian Wright.
Second packaging design was a separate submission of a starry, warm camping scene.
12-month calendar layout designed using my pattern and textures. 8" x 5.5", 110lb cardstock.
Print & web posters
A summer awareness campaign, targeted for teens on Tumblr, to download two free audiobooks each week.
For the past thirty years, Gallery Leather Company has been handcrafting exceptional leather products. They now want to create a new line products for a younger, more adventurous generation.
Pattern and texture exploration in various materials: watercolor, marker, collage, digital manipulation, and photography.
Images 1, 11, and 12 are owned by Mad Gabs. Patterns are used in makeup packaging, designed by Pulp + Wire, located in Portland, Maine.
Images 4–7 are owned by angela adams, located in Portland, Maine. Collages are for the blog; photography of rugs are for a marketing campaign.
Health poster campaign — english and nine languages /
social media campaign for alcohol awareness
For 50 years, The Opportunity Alliance has provided advocacy, leadership, and support to help individuals, families, and communities identify goals and address their needs.
Recently, I have delved into Scandinavian folklore. The personalities and actions of its mythical creatures are fascinating to me. These desires, combined with an interest in branding, led me to imagine a dinner theatre called Folkesagn. Folkesagn hosts performances based on Scandinavian folklores and serves Scandinavian cuisine.
Within the identity, I explore folklores being retold over generations and morphing within that time, along with the plays being communicated through abstraction. By creating and establishing a visual language and guidelines, the pieces of the identity for my dinner theatre will be cohesive and evoke a sense of visual storytelling.
“Casco Bay Lines is a ferry system that provides year-round passenger, freight, postal and vehicle ferry service to the islands of Casco Bay from Portland, Maine.”
The current brochure for the ferry schedules is static and hard to read. Redesigning the visual language, the ferry schedules are now much clearer and easier to navigate through. Using an icon system, I provide the new visitors to the islands to see what activities are available on each island.
Along with the brochure, a cell phone app was created to provide an interactive schedule, see route delays, find out the weather, tides, times for the sunset and sunrise, and an interactive “island match” feature to figure out what destination would be the best fit for the visitor based on their preferred activities.
Peaks Island: Overheard, Discovered, and Perceived is a series of four books documenting my different trips to Peaks Island, Maine. Using the elements of photographs and recorded conversations that I saw and overheard allows me to exemplify the life of the island.
Semi-finalist entry in the Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2013 in the Publishing category.
Experimental typography created from tweets in a process called sprints. Each sprint layout was then placed into a spread and created into a book with a wrap around cover.
Inspired by how a bedroom is able to illustrate a story about the individual that lives inside of it, this book revolves around exploring the bedrooms of nine individuals between the ages of 19 and 24 that live in Portland, Maine.
See the whole book on Issuu.
A book which highlights the exploration in becoming more acquainted with individuals at the Maine College of Art through a series of questions, hand prints, and photographs during the fall of 2011.
“The Empower Coös Youth public awareness campaign was inspired by the idea of having students directly in engaged with the data coming out of the Coos Youth Study and developing strategies for sharing that data with the broader community.”
Designed in collaboration with Longstocking Design.
Images before the divider are owned by angela adams; images after divider are mine.