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Rio Grande Chapter Sierra Club Website


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Rio Grande Chapter Sierra Club Website


 

In the Spring of 2015 I was approached by the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club to re-design their website. I created for them a responsive design that streamlines content creation and maximizes social sharing, in order to facilitate their outreach efforts. 

www.riograndesierraclub.org

Tools Used:

WordPress
Adobe Photoshop

 

 
 
 
 
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Vet Visions and Voices


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Vet Visions and Voices


 

On May 18, 2014, through mim.fm, my social music venture, I organized and produced Vet Visions and Voices:  A Music and Art Benefit by and for Vets.  The intent of this show was to give voice to the Veteran community and to facilitate connection and healing through personal expression and the sharing of information about local resources.  There were powerful testimonies from Vets, including Indigenous American healer and Veteran Oatzi'nu" She'e'lake'e' who generously offered his healing services free of charge to any Vet present at the event.    

In addition to organizing the entire event (booking the artists, securing the venue, recruiting volunteers, etc), I handled all facets of the promotion including photography, flyers, posters, web design, ads in local listings, and social media.  I also launched a Facebook page intended as an ongoing resource for vets to upload art and music, and to connect with and support each other. The page can be found at:

facebook.com/vetvisions.nm.

Proceeds benefited the participating artists and Henderson House, a shelter for Women Vets and their children.  

 

 

 
 

Photo of Iraq Veteran Alex Limkin, used as part of Vet Visions and Voices promotional campaign

Tools used:

Nokia Lumia 920
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Bridge

 
 
 

Vet Visions and Voices poster

Tools used:

Nokia Lumia 920
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator

 
 
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Operation: Skywalk


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Operation: Skywalk


 

Every year, Iraq War Veteran Alex Limkin organizes a rigorous hike / pilgrimage in honor of his fallen commander, Colonel Ted Westhusing, called Operation: Skywalk.  I have been honored to design the poster for this special event over the past few years. Here is the design for the upcoming 2016 Skywalk:

 

 
 

Operation: Skywalk poster

Tools used:

Adobe Photoshop

 
 
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mim.fm


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mim.fm


 

In January of 2014 I completed a redesign of the mim.fm website.  The new site features a clean layout with parallax scrolling, and has a responsive design that adapts elegantly to a variety of viewing sources (desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone).  

Tools Used:

Squarespace
Soundcloud
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator


 
 

mim.fm logo

Tools Used:

Adobe Illustrator

 
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Save the Bosque


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Save the Bosque


 

I was commissioned back in December 2013 to create a website on behalf of the Bosque Action Team (B.A.T), a coalition of local community organizations, environmental groups and private citizens. The goal of the B.A.T is the preservation and restoration of the Bosque, a strip of minimally developed land running through the heart of downtown Albuquerque.  The coalition includes some of New Mexico's most prominent environmental organizations, including The Aldo Leopold Foundation and The Sierra Club.

The website features a rotating slideshow of Bosque images on the homepage.  Like my mim.fm website, this site is fully responsive and features a content management system (CMS) that makes it easy for the client to maintain and update the site on their own.

savethebosque.org 

Tools Used:

Squarespace
Soundcloud
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator

 
 
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The Mountain Fund


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The Mountain Fund


 

Since 2012 I have been doing freelance design work for a terrific organization called The Mountain Fund, an NGO that addresses poverty-related issues in developing mountain countries.  I have produced a variety of materials for them including logos, brochures and annual reports.  

 


2012 Annual Report

The report highlights progress made in Nepal through a variety of programs and services developed by The Mountain Fund. 

Tools used:

Adobe Photoshop
Adobe InDesign

In addition to the samples below, the report can be seen in its entirety online here.  
 

 
 
 
 


Her Farm

One of The Mountain Fund's many great programs is Her Farm, a project that helps Nepali women achieve independence.  I was asked to design the Her Farm logo, as well as a brochure to promote the program.

Tools used:

Adobe InDesign
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Additional Logos 

I was asked to design various logos for The Mountain Fund including Casa de Corazones, their low-income humanitarian housing project, Mountain Volunteer, their volunteer training program, and Volunteering in Nepal, a blog about the Mountain Fund volunteer experience.

Tools used:

Adobe Illustrator 

 
 
 
 
 
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Gimbal Design


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Gimbal Design


 

In the fall of 2012, engineer Dylan Wood asked me to come up with a name and logo for his new studio. I came up with the name “Gimbal Design” since a gimbal, a pivoted support that allows the rotation of an object about a single axis, is an integral part of many engineering projects, and the name would be easy to remember and spell. The logo I designed, which are the letters “G” and “D” connected together via a single axis point, is meant to suggest a gimbal.

Tools used:

Adobe Illustrator 

 
 
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CoINS


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CoINS


 

In the Fall of 2011 I was commissioned to design a logo and website banner for The Mind Network‘s suite of applications, called Collaborative Informatics Neuroimaging Suite (CoINS).

Tools used:

Adobe Illustrator