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MARRIAGE AND THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH : More Light Presbyterians Marriage Discussion Print Ad Campaign 02.14 - 06.14 - As part of Fenton Communications, designed and art-directed a campaign to promote discussion about marriage within the Presbyterian church. As part of a larger effort to raise awareness about LGBT acceptance within the church, materials were designed for members and congregational voters to discuss marriage in general, avoiding political or moralizing imagery and language, and keeping the dialogue and visuals in a neutral, rational format. As part of the campaign, web and print advertising, as well as a microsite were designed with a custom color palette and web-friendly typefaces. Copy edited by in-house team at Fenton Communications, a firm that works exclusively with non-profits, foundations, and social causes. The campaign culminates in a study guide shipped with the congregation's OUTLOOK magazine, downloadable at MARRIAGEGUIDE.MLP.ORG.
MARRIAGE AND THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH : More Light Presbyterians Marriage Discussion Guide 02.14 - As part of Fenton Communications, designed and art-directed a campaign to promote discussion about marriage within the Presbyterian church. As part of a larger effort to raise awareness about LGBT acceptance within the church, materials were designed for members and congregational voters to discuss marriage in general, avoiding political or moralizing imagery and language, and keeping the dialogue and visuals in a neutral, rational format. As part of the campaign, web and print advertising, as well as a microsite were designed with a custom color palette and web-friendly typefaces. Copy edited by in-house team at Fenton Communications, a firm that works exclusively with non-profits, foundations, and social causes. The campaign culminates in a study guide shipped with the congregation's OUTLOOK magazine, downloadable at MARRIAGEGUIDE.MLP.ORG.
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MARRIAGE AND THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH : More Light Presbyterians Marriage Discussion Print Ad Campaign Commemoration Poster 05.14 - As part of Fenton Communications, designed and art-directed a campaign to promote discussion about marriage within the Presbyterian church. As part of a larger effort to raise awareness about LGBT acceptance within the church, materials were designed for members and congregational voters to discuss marriage in general, avoiding political or moralizing imagery and language, and keeping the dialogue and visuals in a neutral, rational format. As part of the campaign, web and print advertising, as well as a microsite were designed with a custom color palette and web-friendly typefaces. Copy edited by in-house team at Fenton Communications, a firm that works exclusively with non-profits, foundations, and social causes. This poster serves as a commemoration gift for one of the campaign's sponsors, Reverend Janet Edwards.
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MARRIAGE AND THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH : More Light Presbyterians Marriage Discussion Web Ad Campaign 02.14 - 06.14 - As part of Fenton Communications, designed and art-directed a campaign to promote discussion about marriage within the Presbyterian church. As part of a larger effort to raise awareness about LGBT acceptance within the church, materials were designed for members and congregational voters to discuss marriage in general, avoiding political or moralizing imagery and language, and keeping the dialogue and visuals in a neutral, rational format. As part of the campaign, web and print advertising, as well as a microsite were designed with a custom color palette and web-friendly typefaces. Copy edited by in-house team at Fenton Communications, a firm that works exclusively with non-profits, foundations, and social causes. The web ad series matched the color and schedule of the print campaign, but in .gif animation dimensions.
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SW/TCH : Mock-ups of Proposed Campaign Assets for California Energy Conservation 02.14 - As part of Fenton Communications, designed part of a larger bid proposal for the California Utilities Commission's push to promote energy conservation through consumer upgrades and credits. The campaign envisioned the need for digital and print ads, as well as physical collateral.
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RECYCLE YOUR CARTONS : Carton Council Municipal Campaigns 02.14 - 05.14 - As part of Fenton Communications, designed materials for carton recycling campaigns based on previously executed templates. Updated assets according to new guidelines and languages specified by local needs. Collateral included digital and print ads, bill inserts, bus and newspaper wraps, as well as television spot end cards.

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