On the Same Page
completed in 2008
University of California, Berkeley, speaker series. Design of logo and annual poster featuring different authors and other media artists, including Stephen Hawking, Ang Lee, and Michael Pollan.
2008 Annual Report
completed in 2009
The 2008 Annual Report for Mercy Corps. Full-color 50+ page annual report highlighting the ways in which Mercy Corps helps individuals around the world. Download the full PDF here.
Biosciences at Stanford
Series of three case statements for Stanford University. Digitally printed in small batches and spiral bound for easy content updating. Produced for the Biosciences, Environmental, and International departments.
The Theory of Interacting Systems
completed in 2001
Logo design and book covers for 6 volumes on physics, self-published by the author.
Mercy Corps Action Center
completed in 2009
Designed many of the graphics throughout Mercy Corps’ innovative new Action Center. The Center is housed within Mercy Corps’ Global Headquarters, and provides hands-on activities to educate the public about hunger and poverty around the world.
University of Virginia
Tabloid-size 2-color 16+ page newsletter of the University of Virginia capital campaign.
completed in 2004
Logo design and 3-color multi-page corporate newsletter for a technology consulting company.
SUSE Case Statement
completed in 2007
Fundraising case statement for the Stanford University School of Education.
Fundraising brochure for Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory school in San Francisco, California.
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