Peabody Magazine is the signature publication of the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University. It appears bi-annually and is mailed to more than 30,000 Peabody patrons. Arts Alive appeared as a tear-out guide within Peabody Magazine. An additional 10000 copies were distributed throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia.
In 2014 I completed a masters program at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Social Design, an innovative program promoting the value of Human-Centered Design and Design Thinking practices in addressing complex social problems. Some of the coursework included curatorial practice, ethnography, and interactive media and publishing.
My thesis project explored how young people can be encouraged to sign up for health insurance. A pdf of the accompanying documentation can be viewed selecting this link: Insuring Knuckleheads.
More recently I created and distributed for free the I Drive 25 bumpersticker. It was my reaction to an intense debate over the implementation of a new bicycle lane in my neighborhood.
Illustration & Infographics
(Pro-bono) Poster and logo for annual community fair benefiting the local public school of 1300+ students. The event proceeds fund major initiatives at the school. The poster has been updated annually since 2008.
Graphic created for public voter forum. Used in social media and as flyer
Illustration created for a performance tour the Peabody Children's Choir made to England.
(Pro-bono) Infographic created to encourage parents to engage in 2015 school budget discussions.
Infographic for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's floating classroom.
Infographic for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Originally displayed at their annual fundraiser, Bands in the Sands.
Infographic for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's new building showing how this LEED-certified building conserves energy.
Invitation for event at hair salon.
(pro-bono) Fundraiser for Playworks Baltimore Graphic was applied to posters and cards and adapted for race day t-shirts.
One of a series of oversized banners displayed on the exterior walls of the Peabody Institute, highlighting it's features in the Mount Vernon community.
50 foot banners created for the George Peabody Library at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Gala dinner to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the institute's founding.