Movmnt Magazine

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  • Travel Journal
    This assignment was to create three pages that look like a scrapbook journal of a Polaroid photographer. The Polaroids and copy were supplied. I created and designed everything else.
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  • Environmental Cleaner
    Double page spread for Movmnt Magazine. The idea behind this layout was to show the world being cleaned by manmade means.
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  • World Burning
    The assignment here was to make the world look like it is in trouble. I was given the different points of concern from around the world. Then I submitted an idea of the world being on fire. Text was later added by another designer.
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  • Hotel World Map
    Basic assignment for Movmnt Magazine. Combine four stock photos into a layout that looks like a world map on the side of an old hotel exterior wall, while leaving room for a designer to lay in text. This seems simpler than it was. I had to figure out how to get the lighting and shadows to match up after the fact since they did not work together in the original source material.
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  • Dream Hotel
    Double page spread for Movmnt Magazine. The editor wanted this to look like a technical schematic focusing on three services that this ideal hotel would provide. Text for the article was added later by a different designer.
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  • Hotel Gallery
    Movmnt Magazine did an article on a professional dancer who made sketches while she stayed in hotels all over the world. This was a one page layout to begin that article. Text was eventually laid in by another designer.
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    Military I.D.s
    Three spot graphics for an article. The editor supplied photos of three dancers and told me to turn them into old military I.D. cards of sorts.