Concept creation, design, and Illustration Client: Southwest Airlines
This project featured a series of t-shirts for infants, toddlers, and children. The parameters were broad (anything in the airline industry), and the illustrations featured aviation-centric graphics.
I designed a theme for the 2015 Communications & Outreach Annual Meeting for the department at Southwest Airlines. The theme was set by the department as "perspectives", and this branding utilized the perspective of a donut versus a donut hole. With this sweet (pun intended) and fun theme, I was able to created a cohesive brand that carried through a poster, a notebook for participants, donut stickers, a tshirt, a PowerPoint template, and a "teaser" materials for employees leading up to the launch of the theme.
Design & illustration Client: Southwest Airlines
Branding for Communication & Outreach Department Annual Meeting. Includes t-shirt, giveaways, PowerPoint slide, and accompanying graphics.
This project was a launch of a self-service technology platform for internal IT customer service. The launch included six teaser graphics for display on company-wide television monitors, with the concept of “Do IT Yourself”. Following the teaser campaign, the launch included marketing materials (hats, stress balls, microfiber cloths, postcards, and t-shirts), as well as banners to be displayed throughout Southwest headquarters.
Publication design for Southwest Airlines internal magazine, LuvLines.
Design & original photography Client: Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage
Sustainability guidelines created for Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, a community in Northern Missouri. Original photography of the homes, buildings, and landscape of the ecovillage and booklet design.
Lettering & illustration Client: Good Shepherd Children & Family Services
Series of three (2015, 2016, 2017) Christmas cards to be sent to donors, volunteers, and supporters of Good Shepherd Children & Family Services, a St. Louis-based nonprofit serving moms, babies, children, and families.