US Department of Energy 10x10 - Also configures for a 10x20 and 20x30
Incentient 20x20 - Tension fabric work, with interior lighting throughout
Eimco 40x70 - A sheer fabric helix, set in panels to allow access through the hanging. The design has moved on from the concept in a somewhat different direction, but I still prefer this take.
Entergy traveling information exhibit - A traveling showcase about nuclear energy, the perimeter pieces are colour ful informational graphics, while the curved wall structures take you inside the reactor via a corporate film.
Oofo Footwear 20x20
DRI 50x80 - A street-mall look with a skeletal bus to demonstrate the company's core product. Each "street cafe" is utilized to present a particular product.
Verizon Wireless 20x20 - Showcases for cel phone display, touch screen demo stations, laptop demos buffered by charging stations. The independently suspended headers are lit from inside with LED flex-strips.
Agmito 10x10 - Stretch fabric with Alusett to support the shed overhang.
Listerhil Credit Union installation - Permanent satellite branch to be built inside the student union building at a university campus. Stock double-decker from Alusett.
FedEx 20x40 - Built from basic pop up walls that mimic oversized delivery boxes (using plastic "waybill pocket" sleeves that allow for easy change of graphics from show to show), off-the-shelf banner stands, and simple counters, with a three-panel hanging header and "columns" of suspended actual delivery boxes, with those at floor level available for attendees to use to ship their show materials home. Low budget, high impact.
Koenig Vits 20x40 - Using the client's own rolled sheet, highly polished aluminum to create the overhang
MSL 20x40 - Furniture showcase, with header lighting built into the 6" square struts that pierce the hanging banner
Fancy Heat 10x20
Webb-Mason 20x20 - Combination kit and custom work, designed for onsite job applicants
Concept Cafe 30x50 - Third-party design for a company that makes luxury watercraft.
Loyola Press 30x30 - Designed with a backlit header inside another backlit header to create presence while keeping the floor print small and light.
ebruTV 20x30 - A project for a client with a severely locked budget, this design estimated in at about 30K and yet gives them serious height and visibility.
Dr Credit 20x20 - A fantasy ER for a company whose product "fixes" your credit record and scoring numbers, designed to augment the client's medical-themed logo. Pursuant to his request for "booth babes", they would be dressed in "Hello Nurse" style. The two small "treatment" rooms in the back are defined by hospital drapes, and the reception desk would have the usual plastic plants on the counter.
AMP 20x50 - For the launch of a new series of games for Nintendo DS, this features several demo stations as well as two conference areas designed to play off the Mario-Brothers sense of game design whimsy, all set on a deck of plastic faux-grass.
Elite Marketing airport kiosk - Designed for Expedia to market a new rewards card. Concept, modeling, graphics design and texturing, and presentation completed in roughly five hours.
Shaw Cable 30x30 - A 30x30 display for a cable company (like the one below, this one can collapse to a 10x10 if needed) that starts from the concept of communication as "two tin cans and a string" -- one of the cans is a media tunnel that showcases Shaw's latest spots in print and television, while the other one is lined with a bank of flatscreen monitors to demonstate either internet access or digital television. Between them, fibre optic "string" winds through an array of Palm Pilots.
Red Dragonfly 30x40 - A mixture of Chinese and Italian motifs for a European shoe company. The wall shelving is all baselit LED panels, and the "fountains" have water in the base and shoes on the plex shelves above.
Ericson Advertising 20x20 - Proposed island display for the City of Memphis
Agrium Cybercafe kiosk - This self-contained "storefront" features a collapsing front wall that provides lockable security as needed.
OrderUp 20x20 - Small budget, simple needs, but lotsa bright colours and interweaving curves to draw the eye in. Proof that even a small spider job can have a little bit of whimsy.
Goldray Glass 10x20 - A 10x20 inline for a company that markets over 100 different kinds of textured and semi-translucent glass, the challenge here was to give a stock panel system a little zip. As such, the booth includes a Mondrian-style series of leaded windows, backed with rice paper to diffuse the light. The divider, a representation of their logo, and the typography along the top rail are executed in acrylic. The small display tables have informational sheets under more samples of the company's glasswork.
Booth manufactured by Pacific Group Displays, Calgary.
ONeill Communications 10x20
Brueggers Bagels 16x20 - A bar-like atmosphere with a semi-private conference area to one side, this will function as both island and corner display.
Safeguard Technologies 60x40 - A completely interactive stand, where anyone entering the space is IDd by client-supplied pylons that send information to security cams, which in turn follow the visitor, putting him/her both on real-time monitor feeds as well as IDing his/her position via the client's monitoring software. The large vehicle to one side is client supplied. The walls showcase the company's various security fencing.
Legoland event design - Prop design and previz for a nightly parade at Legoland in Southern California.
Chevron/Texaco Envrionmental Awards - A before and after look at a proposal for an awards ceremony planned for Fall 2003 in Calgary. Designed and rendered for Palmer & Company Events, Calgary.