Advocating for Abuse Survivors

Working with Creative Director Kelly Guenther and Photographer Doug Ogle, we designed and produced an ad for the PCVA, (Pfau, Cochran, Vertetis & Amala) Law Firm to appear in the Charles Wright Academy publication CWA Ties. The ad introduced Darrell and his five children, all of whom attended Charles Wright Academy, while highlighting just a few of his law firm’s many victories on behalf of children and their families.


Plant-Based Eating Starter Guide

Recently I designed a Vegan Starter Guide for Animal Protection New Mexico, a really marvelous organization doing extraordinary work to make social change to help all animals. A grand project ~ I learned a lot of tips to avoid certain foods for the protection of animals. In the guide were great recipes that encourage and get you excited about more plant based eating!

Seafood Packaging

Working on packaging designs for Seattle Shrimp & Seafood was a super fun project. The team for the photo shoot included a superb food stylist, Anne Treanor Miska, highly skilled & talented Photographer, Doug Ogle and writer, Heather Patrick, who also helped tremendously with the styling. Working with the client on direction and arrangement of the fish, we rented a wonderful studio with a perfect kitchen. The most challenging part may have been sticking our hands in the ice that kept the product fresh until it was cooked, styled and prepped for lights and action.

Group Health Physicians Annual Report

We have had the wonderful opportunity to design the Group Health Physicians Annual Report for the 3rd year, working with a fantastic team at GHP. This year’s theme was “Our Journey” and came at an epic time of change in the country’s health care system after the Affordable Health Care Act. This year’s annual report was very focused on innovation and quality, best patient experience and lower costs. It profiled award winning physicians and their¬†philosophies for commitment to patient care, and their passion for their patient’s quality of life. We learned that the timbre and colorful nature of the piece was very well received.¬† A joyful “journey” of encouraging excellence and innovation in a new era of health care.