I made these graphics while working on a small contract to support collective bargaining process with Emily Carr Faculty Association. The idea was to create a weekly post and highlight key values and priorities for the FA and elaborate on each one. Sigh COVID.


I’m spending some time today making updates and tweaks here and there.. so I might as well post a little #wip for a graphic design project I’m working on for the good people at SFU continuing studies. I’ve been asked to develop a visual program guide for the Executive Leadership Certificate program (similar to the one I did for the Dialogue and Civic Engagement Certificate, for which I am an instructor). It’s always one of my favourite phases in design process… translating my thinking + napkin sketch ideas into three concept directions to share with the client, and waiting for their feedback (i.e. pivoting from divergent to convergent mode).








Bring Your Boomers

Category : small project
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I was asked to put together an ad for what turned out to be a very thoughtful talk, reading and discussion with renowned author Arundhati Roy. The evening was presented by my friends at Indian Summer Arts Society.

AR-Ad-Mar14


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