A multifaceted marketing campaign to create awareness for the opening of The Museum of Flight's new gallery--The Aviation Pavilion. The campaign spanned across billboards, bus, print, web, and mobile advertising. The elements of the ad campaign were then used for swag bags and event signage for the grand opening of the Pavilion.
Conceptually, the ad campaign was inspired by fashion shows, photography, and models. The campaign illustrated the Museum's aircraft as "runway models." Visually it had to be big and bold while being clear and concise. Striking colors and big type were utilized in the designs for a head-turning effect.
Since the campaign launched, museum attendance has been consistently up
A multiform ad campaign to promote the opening of The Museum of Flight's new exhibit--Apollo.
The campaign is seen in billboards and bus ads currently. Television commercials, web, and print ads are currently in progress.
This project was completed in collaboration with the Museum's creative team. Logo concept by Tad Cornwell in exhibits and billboard concept executed with Julie Wilbert. Television spots were completed in collaboration with Yo Yo String Creative.
A visual narrative about the National Basketball Association in the 1990s.
The book takes influence from the 90s style advertising that was utilized in NBA basketball branding. The visual narrative is told through 3d moving parts, collage, and illustration.
Event branding for the annual beer festival held at the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington.
The look and feel was inspired by modern craft beer and loud bold typography translating well for the rock n' roll atmosphere of the event.
The project included posters, event merchandising such as pint glasses and t-shirts, tasting guide publication, and environmental signage.
Event branding for the annual three day space program held at The Museum of Flight in Seattle.
Album packaging and design for pop band Diners and their record "Three." Formats included 12" LP, compact disk, and cassette. Art direction also included tour merchandise and promotional posters.
A series of luggage tags sparked by the vintage airline style of the 50s and 60s. The designs were adapted into a 3D display at the Washington State Convention Center.
The idea was then applied to a public engagement project entitled "Paint the Ave to the Pav." The tag designs were converted into large stencils that children and families could use to paint the sidewalk.
Various posters for shows, bands, and tours. Executed through the use of illustration, typography, collage, and pattern experimentation.
Solo exhibition held at Jigsaw Records in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.
Showcasing my personal work over the last couple years, it shows experiments in pattern, illustration, and typographic projects.
Album cover design and music packaging layout and design for avant-pop genius Free Music. Concept and design was completed in collaboration with Nick Shively and Free Music himself William Statler. Cover photo by Andrew Swanson.