It’s been a long time in the making but the 50th Anniversary panel designs are finally up in the Glenwood Springs CMC Morgridge Commons. The Morgridge Commons celebrated its grand opening back in February 2019 and now is finally complete with the installation of the panels. The Commons is a meeting space, a collaborative space. The space includes several smaller conference rooms and a larger, flexible space that can be subdivided into as many as four rooms. A wall-sized John Fielder photograph of Lupines greets visitors, and another mural-sized Fielder photo of the Flat Tops Wilderness lines the back wall of the Delaplane Board Room. They are efforts to bring the outdoors in, and the space’s many windows do the same. Morgridge Family Foundation Vice President Carrie Morgridge suggested the open catering kitchen during a tour of the partially built space. It’s adjacent to an art gallery, which currently displays work by Anderson Ranch’s Ben Timpson. The space creates and inspires creativity.
Building Information Modeling is a virtual design process that allows Trilogy, and their clients, to originate creatively driven custom homes faster, and for less money, than other homebuilders ever thought possible. Trilogy is the best in the mountain region but they needed to let their audience know what this process is and how it works but through 2D, print visual advertising. I was tasked by Trilogy to show how their Building Information Modeling worked step by step so their audience would be able to understand this process without viewing it in 3D format.
This print visual is being utilized through direct mail, usb, website, blog, etc. It is also being creatively modified into a video showing the steps from 2D drawing and sketching to 3D computer to a 3D photo visual all while moving, growing and slowing developing/building into a home. Beginning from a simple property photo to a complete, finished photographed home in that very spot on the property.
I was elated when asked to design this years Snowshoe for the Cure! The Komen Colorado gals are wonderful and creative and I loved working with them. Freedom to express excitement, support and a snowy mountain atmosphere. Looking forward to next year!
A little behind in posting this creative... the Town of Frisco's famous Wassail Days 2015. A new look for this year with complimentary collateral including coasters, wrapping paper and so much more.
I love the feeling of surprise, joy, and admiration when you walk into a clients office and see your logo hand painted in their lobby. I created this logo nearly a decade ago and thrilled to know it has sustained so much time of creative change.
Fresh, modern, photo-driven creative which exudes sophistication, professionalism, high expectations, knowledge, dedication. Created with multipurpose functionality through direct mail along with in-house and local promotion.
Lively and colorful ad series for Town of Frisco summer events. Cohesive with their Kids Trail Running Series creative and Concert in the Park Poster creative.
The Frisco Concerts in the Park returns for 2015! This great event supports local non-profit organizations with amazing music all summer. I was again excited to create the new look for this years summer series. The concerts feature some of the hottest up-and-coming musical talent which I paired with lively, family-friendly, and vivid creative to accent the cool, starry, evening events. Frisco fun and neighborly, this creative reflects the Kids Trail Running Series poster design.
I was excited to be asked to create Frisco's new trail running series for kids poster. Being an avid runner, this was a great opportunity to be a part of and support the running community of families here in Summit. I brought in key aspects of Frisco and all that they offer for outdoor adventure creating a design which appeals to all ages and families. I'm proud and delighted that my kids are thrilled to participate too!
Colorado Mountain College banner designs are up at Denver's International Airport. At 42x71.5 inches, these designs are life size and have an inviting feel into the world of CMC.
Breck Nordic Center + Yoga = Peak to Peak Yoga by Leah Lentz. Leah realized in her athletic endeavors the benefits of flexibility, strength, focus and endurance and started Peak to Peak Yoga. A great benefit for all our athletic friends and visitors here in Summit with a design reflecting all that she lives for—skiing and yoga.
Squeeze is proud and excited to announce: Colorado Mountain College's 2013 Annual Report First Choice Review design won the Silver!
Support, hope and a guide back to happiness through sadness and overwhelming grief. This logo was created to be the light for so many families to help them overcome tragedy.