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Portfolio

Throughout the course of my career, I have worked on a wide range of publications and projects. Below you’ll find a sample of some of the work I have done – but please don’t hesitate to ask for additional samples if you would like to see more of one specific type of work.

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Adobe CS5—A Look at What's New

Adobe CS5—A Look at What’s New

Adobe recently released the latest version of its products —Creative Suite 5. In it, there are new versions of all the products, with some major new features to be excited about. For the purposes of this review, we'll be focusing on the two programs printers need and use most often: Photoshop and InDesign. Read more
Use the Internet Effectively

Use the Internet Effectively

These days, it’s inescapable. The Internet. Everyone from young children to great grandmothers has access to a computer, and while the levels of engagement might vary, the fact that it is part of everyone’s lives now is permanent. Read more
A Unique Way To Say 'Thanks'

A Unique Way To Say ‘Thanks’

When Worth Higgins & Associates Inc. decided to honor some of its most loyal customers, they were looking for just the right way to do it. And when Pantone approached them to inquire if they'd like personalized Color Bridge guides, the stars, as they say, aligned to produce a unique, personalized, and effective project. Read more
MOO Makes Print Fun Again

MOO Makes Print Fun Again

"We love to print." That's the sentiment emblazoned on MOO's Web site, on its packaging, and it is a tangible element in every one of the products it produces. Read more
Increased Prices Are a Raw Deal for Everyone

Increased Prices Are a Raw Deal for Everyone

Death, taxes, and rising prices-these are constants in life no matter where you go. While there really is not much you can do about the first two, the last is a constant source of pain and frustration both personally and professionally. Read more
Gen P: The Next Generation of Printers

Gen P: The Next Generation of Printers

"The future of the graphic arts industry." While that term is generally used to refer to such things as the digitization of print, global competition, or value-added services, the real future of the industry is the people. Moreover, the ones who will be running things 10 years from now are those who are graduating from graphic arts programs around the country today. Read more
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