I had the opportunity to redesign the logo for a roadster racing team. Researching for this I learned these cars have their exhaust pipe on the side just before the rear tire. News to me.
We Tow seeks to highlight the honorable efforts of towers within our industry.
The logo created for the high visibility vests worn by the Recovery Team instructors.
A series of icons used to promote the Change, Change, Change theme for this year’s Wave Helping the Brave firefighter fundraiser. On the banner, each icon includes a call-to-action.
Baton Rouge General and East Jefferson General Hospital offer Family Medicine residency programs affiliated with Tulane University’s School of Medicine. This banner was made for their joint booth at the 2013 AAFP Conference.
My department is broadening its curriculum and promotional posters are a part of the process. These prints hang on the walls here and are available for use by our students and preceptors.
I was commissioned to help a client with branding his up-and-coming business, MITE (Motivating Individuals Toward Excellence). Already available were sketches for the logo and several t-shirts. My task was to help smooth some of the edges and illustrate everything in print-friendly formats.
My sister is getting her MBA from Milligan and asked if I would help make a poster that she could give to everyone in her program.
The diagram we use to illustrate the floor plan of our classroom.
The back of John’s business card features the logo I created for Windsong Aviation. John likes Canadian Geese and I knew he’d be receptive to having one in his logo.
A double-sided card students use for anonymous patient data when in the family medicine rotation.
It’s a diagram of an old clock where the numbers flip down. Also, a gnome lives inside.
This banner has a proud place outside our classroom and is a regular fixture when we go traveling to promote Family & Community Medicine at Tulane University.
Faculty in my department organized a 2nd line band to open the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine conference in New Orleans. The Match Day medallions went over well and I was given the chance to make a new one for the conference. We made about two dozen of these and threw them into the […]
Match Day falls very close to Mardi Gras and the idea came up that our new, in-house graphic designer (me) could make a medallion to string on some beads. And then I learned about Shrinky Dinks.
The flier advertising a luau for my sister’s church in Tennessee.
My sister is throwing a bridal shower for a friend. She asked if I would make some invitations for the event and she’d print them on different colored paper.
A foil embossed sticker, this was used to seal the invitations sent out to parents.