Tru Food Photography was a passion project that I turned into a channel on Instagram and Twitter for my Social Media Design class. This video goes over the work put into each channel and what I learned from this experience.
This case study for Papa Murphy’s was created in November of 2017. All work was done by my group, from the research to the design of the book. The content and ideas presented in this book are the intellectual property of the students who created them. The use of any of these ideas or concepts … Continue reading Papa Murphy’s Creative Brief
This case study for Papa Murphy's was created in November of 2017. All work was done by my group of classmates, from the research to the design of the book. Papa Murphy's Case Study
Style Guide The link above is to a Style Guide created for my online food photography channel. Trufood Photography is found on Instagram with each post corresponding with what is outlined in the Style Guide. The Style Guide helps to keep continuity within each post by outlining rules for copy, photography, and logo usage.
Description: Logo for a Food Photography business Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): This image was created solely in Adobe Illustrator. The first step in the design process was to create a series of thumbnail sketches. After selecting this design, the plate and inner rim of the logo were created first. The camera's viewfinder was centered inside the plate, … Continue reading Food Photography Logo
Description- Recipe Cards featuring resume Process (Programs, Tools, Skills)- This project was created entirely in Adobe Illustrator. I began with the rectangle tool to create the outline of each recipe card. Once I decided on a size, I divided the cards into the ‘Ingredients’ and ‘Direction’ sections with corresponding lines underneath. Each of the shapes … Continue reading Recipe-card Resume
Description- Direct Mailer advertising the Fresno Chaffee Zoo Process (Programs, Tools, Skills)- This project was created in both Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. I began with a rectangle and duplicated it, so that both sides of the direct mail piece would be the same size. After the shapes were created, I decided the top piece would … Continue reading Zoo Direct Mailer