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A breast cancer timeline intended to accentuate the progresses of research.

A breast cancer timeline intended to accentuate the progresses of research.

This first work is an infographic created for a graphic design class. The purpose was to present information about breast cancer in a visual manner. Here, I chose to focus on a qualitative element rather than a quantitative element, eschewing traditional numbers and charts for a thematic, simple timeline. In reducing the amount of data I had to factor and incorporate, I allowed myself more time to spend on building a coherent image: a mammogram. In doing so, I created an infographic that maintained both information and character.

An article informing readers of the 12th Annual Spanish Market at the Heard Museum.

An article informing readers of the 12th Annual Spanish Market at the Heard Museum.

This next work follows a more standard approach to public relations. It is an article written for a quarterly publication the Heard Museum releases called Earthsong. The publication is intended to communicate events and exhibits going on over three month periods in a long-form manner. My intent here was to raise awareness of the upcoming Spanish Market while also informing readers of new events occurring within the Market.

An article detailing the program Vinny's Kids, which provides fitness education to at-risk children.

An article detailing the program Vinny’s Kids, which provides fitness education to at-risk children.

This final work is also along the same lines of general public relations material. It is an article I wrote and shot photos for while interning at St. Vincent de Paul. The article was primarily used for their Vincentian newsletter, which is distributed to donors and considered a critical aspect of fundraising. The focus of the article was to present the health-focused benefits of a program for at-risk children. The photographs were keyed to present positive aspects.

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