Recovery Cards

Traditionally recovery starts with the simple act of reaching out to someone with love and support. Using simple greeting cards we created a conduit between friends and family to show that their addiction did not leave them isolated. While working at Amélie Company I found it just as important to fight for my colleagues work […]

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Click-It For Quick Trips

Finding a creative solution for something that has been advertised so thoroughly is always a challenge. Click-It or Ticket has been around so long it’s now overlooked as a idle threat. Fortunately we had the ability to remove a layer and get to a more unique USP… statistics show that people are less likely to […]

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Noblr

Some insurance companies offer a device for your vehicle that gives you a snapshot of your driving over 6 months. Noblr gives you the ability to change your rate month to month through responsible driving as well as time actually driving your vehicle. So let’s say you leave town for a two-week vacation and you […]

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Opioid Ambient

Looking to further the message about Opioid awareness I was tasked with coming up with an ambient piece to kick off the “Lift the Label” campaign. This installation was unfortunately never bought because it was “too dark”, which was the same reason it could’ve garner a lot of earned media. The install was to be […]

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Cateye

I really loved working with these folks while at Amélie. I was fortunate enough to put together a lot of conceptual campaigns with an amazing team of designers and illustrators. This idea never saw the light of day because they favored a campaign called “Lost in the Numbers”. Just to explain Cateye’s positioning, at one […]

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At my first job I took a lot of time learning web development and coding for both Flash and HTML (back when tables and actionscript roamed the internet). Now I’m lucky to augment a WordPress template on my own, but I have a tremendous respect for those who still work in the medium. Through my […]

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Not only do I love the conceptual name of this letterpress company the owner and I regularly work together. The shop has grown from a few machines in the garage of the proprietor to a fully staffed shop with six machines. The owner, who is also a designer, was struggling with creating a logo for […]

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