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Clips—Baseball America

In Uncategorized on April 6, 2010 at 7:37 pm

I created this ad with one of our ad reps, Mattingly’s ad designers and one of the editorial staffers. With so many hands on a project, it could have been a disaster; but with great communication and hard work we created this campaign to showcase the bats and showcase our selections of up and coming players.

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Clips—Asbury Park Press

In Clips on April 6, 2010 at 7:28 pm

This listing of fireworks shows in the Shore for the Fourth of July is an important listing. I wanted to give some punch to it. This page was a fun, clean way to display the listings and make a visually interesting page.

Clips—The Crimson White

In Clips on April 6, 2010 at 7:23 pm

This page came after the University community ran rampant with rumors about the possible coaches who were being pursued by the athletics director. We included a blurb about each coach. The likelihood of his hiring and where we could grab him from. The art shows Coach Mike Shula after being beaten by Mississippi State, a shocker; which likely cost him his job. I received a third place Gold Circle Award for the work.

Clips—The Crimson White

In Clips on April 6, 2010 at 7:10 pm

This clip is from my time at The Crimson White, the student daily at the University of Alabama. I decided to rail against our regular Oscars coverage which was always film strips, stars and gold statues. I thought a prognostication take on it was interesting. This page was featured on the best of pages for its publication week on the now defunct NewsPageDesigner.com.

Clips—St. Louis Post-Dispatch

In Clips on March 29, 2010 at 9:05 pm

This clip illustrates how a black and white page can still be interesting and tell a multiple entry point story.

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Clips—The Dothan Eagle

In Clips on March 29, 2010 at 6:00 pm

This clip is one that I am proud of because of my part in its story telling. Originally the art came in of the different knives and I asked what is this one called specifically. I then did the research to give the actual name of the knife, the use for it and prices. The prices I used reflected the area of the newspaper’s coverage. I used Wal-Mart’s prices and then a high-end website [Fortunff.com]. The simple design feels like there is a healthy amount of whitespace.

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Clips—Asbury Park Press

In Clips on March 29, 2010 at 5:54 pm

This clip shows an Asbury Park invention, ultimate frisbee, and its tournament and making its big summer splash. The typography play and the art integration makes this a clip that isn’t ‘fancy’ in its execution but is simple, clean and a favorite.

Clips—St. Louis Post-Dispatch

In Clips on March 29, 2010 at 5:48 pm

This clip was my first opportunity to work with zoned metro and sports fronts. I was able to make this wire story a centerpiece and to include a local story with a graphic that highlighted a local who is a NASCAR star.

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Clips — Baseball America

In Clips on March 26, 2010 at 1:52 pm

These pages came from Baseball America’s High School All-American section for 2009. These pages were an opportunity to work with an advertiser, editorial and production to create an integrated section.

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CLICK HERE FOR A PDF OF HighSchool-09-3

CLICK HERE FOR A PDF OF HighSchool-09-3a

Clips — Baseball America

In Clips on March 26, 2010 at 1:19 pm

This is an illustration I created for the World Baseball Classic. Our coverage included a by-the-numbers sidebar and I bulked it up. The story was able to be told in a brief, interesting way in this sidebar.

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