Jamieson Wellness Inc. Sales Office Artwork
My client’s ask was for office posters showcasing its products. Instead of just products, I proposed showcasing the healthy lifestyle and affects of their products. I designed a 96” die-cut acrylic piece that had subtle branding for the sales office. It was so well-received, I was asked to do another installation. My role: concept, design, production and project management.

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Jamieson Wellness Inc. Executive Boardroom Artwork 
“Global” emerged as a strong theme when I began branding Jamieson Vitamins’ parent company, so I used circles to convey the theme throughout many pieces. 1” thick white acrylic was printed on, laser cut, and pin mounted with actual working clocks. My role: concept, design, production and project management.

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Jamieson Wellness Inc. Toronto Office Artwork
To save costs, I routered a 72” long slab of acrylic and bonded printed panels of acrylic together, then added a lighting source. My role: concept, design, production and project management.

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Using a plunge router, I practiced on pine, then went to the acrylic. Acrylic printed panels were then bonded to the base.

Using a plunge router, I practiced on pine, then went to the acrylic. Acrylic printed panels were then bonded to the base.

Kool-Aid Slushie Machine
Kraft needed a complete redesign of its machine graphics to reflect the two flavours it could now dispense in theatres. I conceptualized fruit and frozen coming together at the top, then combining to make the final slushie. My role: concept, design, image manipulation and typography.

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Nando's Window Wraps
Nando’s restaurants were expanding across Canada and needed an updated look. Utilizing their complex branding toolkit – of 3 patterns, and up to 65 colours – I designed attention-grabbing window wraps and door clings.

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Toronto Wildlife Centre (TWC)
Most people are animal lovers, but wildlife, not so much. To see a picture of a raccoon, one thinks messy trash and not, “how cute”. To get around this, I designed a look using silhouettes that wouldn’t provoke a negative response and illustrated the city’s encroachment on wildlife by merging the two worlds in the middle. My role: concept, design and production.

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