While working for Brigham Young University, they occasionally had me layout posters for students presenting their research at some fair or another.
At BYU I often did advertisements for visiting speakers. I would format the posters and flyers for print and digital viewing. I used Adobe Illustrator (and photoshop to create and or mesh images).
The China Conference was a big event. I was able to create a look for the posters, tickets, programs, etc.
Another enjoyable project from School. We had the opportunity to create a typeface and present it on a poster. The illustration is my personal interpretation of a Jabberwock.
This was a pet project. My experience at XAXdeSIGN sometimes involved car graphics. My brother wanted to wrap his own car, and so I decided to help him. This is the graphic for the car. My brother and I printed it and installed it ourselves.
A class project I enjoyed thoroughly was designing two magazine spreads. I was taking a class on ancient texts and temples at the time and adopted that as my spread's theme. The text is filler text, and I believe a good portion of it is straight from the Da Vinci Code. But the temple design is my own.