Huckleberry Inn Website and Marketing

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huckleberry inn wordpress website redesign

Huckleberry Inn, located at Government Camp, OR, was in need of a Website redesign. the website needed to represent their homey historical atmosphere and great family-oriented food served in their 24-hour restaurant. WordPress Content Management System is utilized in this web redesign. The Huckleberry Inn also needed a brochure redesign also.  Check out the website: www.huckleberry-inn.com.

Island Daydream Branding

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Island Daydream Shave Ice logo

Island Daydream Shave Ice approached me to design their logo and marketing materials. The company services Shave Ice at fairs and events throughout Portland and Florida. Their business is now 10-years-old and I have been working with them since the beginning of their company.  Alternative logo designs below as well as examples of marketing materials.

Synergy Star Newsletter

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synergy star newsletter

The Synergy HomeCare organization hired me to design this newsletter marketed to caregivers and parents of loved ones who are housed in their assisted-living facilities. The piece included articles about Alzheimers’ Disease, caregiving tips, and even a crossword puzzle for entertainment.

Robert Evans Company – Proposals

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pacific university proposal

The Robert Evans Company contacted me to design proposals for Pacific University and FEI Cafeteria. I worked with the company to create a clean, architectural design that they could use as a template for other contracting proposals. The company, in the end, won the bid for Pacific University’s project. Other pages of the proposal are pictured below as well as … Read More

Mt. Hood Passport

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mt. hood passport

This piece was created for Mt. Hood businesses to market themselves. Text and coupons were featured in the booklet. My photo editing skills were used to “paint” the Mt. Hood photo on the cover which is pictured to the right. I used a “Retrographer” filter within Adobe Photoshop to assist in achieving the hand-painted look of the photo.