Client: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA) Dream House Raffle 2008 - Present
To date, this bi-annual campaign has raised over $25 million for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Design and artwork creation for the following print collaterals: • Brochure (8-page) • Magazine ads • Postcards • Muni transit signage • Transit shelter signage • BART station signage • Sidewalk posters • Billboards
Brochure Front Cover (6.25" x 10.75")
Brochure Opening Spread
Brochure Back Cover
Via AAA Full Page Magazine Ad (8" x 10.5")
Postcard Front (11" x 6")
Bus Exterior Signage (30" x 88")
Transit Shelter Signage (65" x 45")
Client: Mountain View Central Business Association (Mountain View, CA) A la Carte and Art 2009 - Present
This event is a free annual Spring art and wine festival held in downtown Mountain View. When the festival logo was redesigned in 2009, the association wanted a fun and unique logo that conveyed the variety of offerings at the festival: art, music, and food (downtown Mountain View is known for their outdoor dining).
The logo serves as the centerpiece for all of the print and online collateral pieces: • Poster • Newspaper/online ads, qty 26 • Social media graphics • T-Shirt • Wine Glass
2017 Festival Poster
2016 Festival Poster
Client: Center for Spiritual Enlightenment (San Jose, CA) Enlightenment Journal 32 pages 2011 - Present
The Enlightenment Journal is a cornerstone publication for the Center for Spiritual Enlightenment.
Cover and inside design, edits and creation of print artwork. For CSE’s 35th anniversary, an emblem was created that they used throughout the year.
Spring 2017 Magazine Front Cover
Spring 2017 Magazine Table of Contents
Spring 2017 Magazine Inside Spread
35th Anniversary Emblem
Logo and Business System Design
Client: Gould-Jacobson Dermatology (Menlo Park, CA) 2007 – 2010
This company has been in business since 1970. In 2007, when a third partner joined the father and daughter firm, a logo and business sytem redesign was requested. Along with the name change, they wanted the logo and business system to represent the 3 partners, and have an understated but elegant look and feel, that would distinguish themselves as a medical dermatology company, as opposed to specializing in cosmetic dermatology.
Print/web design and artwork creation. • Logo development • Business card • Appointment card • Letterhead and envelopes • Doctor’s notecards • Website (the website is still up as designed in 2007).
Website Home Page
Client: Tse Chen Ling Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies (San Francisco, CA)
In 2002, Tse Chen Ling requested a logomark that would represent their growing center and its mission of serving the community by offering teachings in a supportive and compassionate environment. The lotus and couch shell are two of the eight auspicious Tibetan Buddhist symbols—the lotus symbolizes compassion and purity, and the conch shell symbolizes the calling together of an assembly, and "the fame of the Buddhist teachings which spreads in all directions like the sound of the couch trumpet." The melding of the two symbols were the perfect combination to create a modern logomark, steeped in tradition. A website was also developed for them in 2002.
The logomark is still being used on their current website.
Client: Center for Spiritual Enlightenment (San Jose, CA)
Living for the Sake of the Soul by Ellen Grace O’Brien 216 pages
Wine Walk Marketing
Client: Mountain View Central Business Association (Mountain View, CA) Wine Walk 2013 - Present
This is an annual paid event in downtown. Participants get wine tastings and food samples as they walk through the restaurants and businesses in downtown.
Print design and artwork, web page. • Wine Walk logo • Poster • Postcard • Brochure • Wine glass • Web page on the Mountain View Downtown Guide web site detailing participating wineries/local business information and their logos; link to 3rd party ticket purchase.
This website serves as the City of Mountain View’s online guide to the events, restaurants, retail stores and businesses in downtown. It was designed to be user-friendly for visitors and easy for the association staff to update on their own. Launched in 2013, it is still in use today.
The printed guide has the same information as the online guide, with some additional city and transit services information. It is distributed at the library, downtown businesses and surrounding hotels.