SQIBB photos

SQIBB stands for Studio Quality Invisible Black Backdrop. Using a speed light with a snoot to cover the end, you can get the effect of hiding anything in the background whether its dark out or bright day light.




Set up for shooting the objects:



SAN•SEA Productions

We finally did it! My wife and I are communications majors. We overlap our careers when it comes to cameras. Photography and video are huge passions of ours. With an increase of work in photos and video, we needed to rebrand together since we have teamed up on so many projects. After much thought and wanting to give a fun impression of traveling for video and photo shoots, SAN SEA was born. My wife is from San Diego, and myself from Seattle. We both do the same thing, we travel, and we love what we do.


Here is our watermark:





Here were some other logos I came up with before settling with our final.

The SAN SEA camera was our favorite for a while. After looking through other websites and Pinterest ideas, we came to the conclusion that too many people have something that is a camera for a logo. We wanted to stand apart more. So the palm tree and Space Needle came in to play. The POP logos with the pineapple were fun. We liked them, mainly for the pineapple vector I made, but we settled with SAN SEA in the end. But I will use my delicious fruit for something in the future!

More sketches:

Again, our FINAL:


Ad Campaign

I had the amazing opportunity to work with a client and a team of three to create an advertising campaign for the Romance Theater. The campaign was for the theater’s 100 year anniversary and service to the Rexburg, ID community. ‘The Venues’ is hosting the event. It is to take place in February of 2017.

Creating the campaign we were told to focus on a ‘Roaring 20’s and Great Gatsby’ theme. Having that in mind we focused strongly on what the twenties era offered for fashion and fun. The charity event for the Romance Theater is to have a ball and other fun events and activities that same night. These are examples of the cover of the ad book I created and the possible fliers, banners, and mailers for the event.