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Self Portrait Charcoal Portrayed myself in a different light 18 x 24 in.


Black and White Digital Photography Photographed in Cozumel, Mexico 11 x 8.5 in.


Black and White Film Photography Try to capture the uniqueness of the objects 11 x 8.5 in.


Typography Indesign Helvetica Type Specimen Poster 11 x 17 in.

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Helvetica was invented in 1957 by Eduard Hoffmann, director of Haas Type Foundry in MĂźnchenstein, Switzerland, with the help of Max Miedinger. The original typography was called Neue Haas Grotesk and it aimed to embody a no-frills style. Hoffmann wanted Neue Haas Grotesk to form a contemporary version of an older typeface known as Akzidenz Grotesk. This new design would allow the typeface to be featured in a variety of situations without ever seeming inappropriate.

Different versions of Helvetica exist to cover a wide selection of languages, including Japanese, Korean, and Hebrew. Popular companies such as American Airlines and Toyota use Helvetica or draw inspiration from it as their font of choice. Apple uses Helvetica in its operating systems and a version appears on the iPhone 4. Other common uses include government organizations and the New York City Subway system, which currently uses Helvetica on its signage.

When Haas Type Foundry’s parent company, Mergenthaler Linotype, decided to market Neue Haas Grotesk in foreign markets, it changed the name to Helvetica in an effort to make it more appealing and easier to pronounce for international customers. Helvetica was received positively, and has grown into several common forms, such as Helvetica Light, Helvetica Bold, and Helvetica Black, that appear on billboards, postcards, business cards, magazine ads, and websites.

Why is Helvetica so well received? It comes down to its flexibility, its crisp appearance, and its humanized characteristics. The font appears closer to human writing and less like a computerized font, something a viewer will instantly relate to on a subconscious level. Its crisp appearance and flexibility make it a versatile font that can look either sophisticated or laid back depending on the context. All these factors add up to a well received and commonly used font.


Indesign/Photoshop Created a concert poster for a musical artist 11 x 17 in.

IN CONCERT July 18-19 MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

DRAKE TAKE CARE


Changing an image Photoshop Taking an image of a window and interpreting it in my own way 8.5 x 11 in.


Celebrity Mashup Photoshop Taking 2 celebrities nd mashing them together Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner 11 x 8.5 in.


Abstract Painting Acrylic paint 8 x 10 in.


Recreate Book Cover Indesign/Illustrator Used an exsting book and rebranded and created a new graphic layout. 11 x 8.5 in.

The Fundamentals of Graphic Design Gavin Ambrose + Paul Harris


Branding InDesign/Illustrator Created a new company and its branding

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Brochure InDesign Created a Brochure for a sorority in order to recruit and inform potential members 17 x 11 in.

MISSION

To foster intellectual, cultural, ethical and social development To instill a commitment to lifelong leadership To develop women who enrich the lives of others To promote an environment of shared understanding and respect for values, expectations and goals To sustain relationships that transcend the collegiate experience

OPEN MOTTO Active Self-reliant Trustworthy.

A Σ T

As members of Alpha Sigma Tau, we continually rededicate ourselves to contribute our share to the progress of mankind and philanthropy is a vital aspect of our lives and our sisterhood — our way of expressing concern for others. Alpha Sigma Tau chapters have traditionally supported educational

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ALPHA SIGMA TAU

VISION

Core Values

Why Join ΑΣΤ?

Intellect – The pursuit and cultivation of knowledge, wisdom, truth, and culture. Excellence – Always seeking to perform at the highest level; having a disdain for mediocrity; Creating and taking advantage of opportunities to excel. Graciousness – Creating an environment of pleasantness and embodying kindness, generosity of spirit, charm, tact, courtesy, and authenticity in all we do. Welcome to Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority is committed to developing scholars, philanthropists, leaders and sisters among our collegiate and alumnae members. The Sorority strives to have a copperative relationship with our host colleges and universities as we educate our members on who we are as Alpha Sigma Taus.

Respect – The highest level of esteem for the worth of ourselves, our sisters, our peers, our community, our history, our future, and our values.

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Connections – Building and maintaining meaningful, sincere, and lasting relationships with our members, our alma mater, and our community.

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Sisterhood

Our Jewel is the Pearl Our Flower is the Yellow Rose Our Symbol is the Anchor Our Colors are Emerald Green and Gold Our Motto is “Active, Self-reliant, Trust Worthy”.

Togetherness

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