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Posts Tagged ‘visual marketing’

Bosavi Headlamps Marketing Material

Posted on: August 19th, 2013 by Joe No Comments

This past spring I had the opportunity to work with Dan Freschl, Bosavi Headlamps inventor and entrepreneur. Here’s a bit about the headlamp

“This headlamp is designed around a lithium-ion battery and optimized for USB recharge-ability and top performance. It charges up to 80% of full capacity in about an hour and lasts up to 65 hours.

The Bosavi Headlamp’s USB rechargeable battery is equivalent to 900 AAA batteries over the lifetime of the product. Bosavi can be easily recharged in the field from a wide variety of chargers including solar, power pack, and AA Battery Chargers.”

Buy one on Amazon here

And Special thanks to good friend Gabe Phillips for running around town with me and taking photos-

Alden Miller Interiors

Posted on: April 2nd, 2013 by Joe No Comments

As an interior designer and working mom, Alden Miller always has her handful with her two boys and her clients. Her deep, personal understanding of the way a household functions contributes to her design process, which starts with an examination of the flow of life and family within her client’s homes.

Magno-Grip

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Joe No Comments

MagnoGrip describes itself as a company emphasizing craftsmanship, innovation and design in their work tools.

Project: Creating web and print ready marketing material.

Client: Off The Grid

Posted on: January 27th, 2013 by Joe No Comments

Project: Visual Marketing collateral

Process: Off the Grid is a company that provides areas around the Bay Area for food trucks to set up on a weekly calendar.  I created marketing material by documenting all of their markets in the bay area, all special events.

Result: Web and Print ready visual marketing and branding for a growing small business.

America’s Wild Horses: Freedom to Captivity

Posted on: December 27th, 2011 by Joe 1 Comment

As part of an ongoing project looking into the lives of America’s wild horses, these horses and BLM (Bureau of Land Management) employees were photographed on the Nevada/ California border near Cedarville CA. The BLM estimates there are just under 40,000 wild horses/burros on BLM managed rangelands in 10 Western states. The BLM is faced with the difficult task of maintaining a the horses/burro population at a size that the land can hold without stretching the resources of the land.

TechShop San Francisco

Posted on: September 2nd, 2011 by Joe No Comments

Client: Think of TechShop as a gym, except instead of workout machines it’s all of the woodworking tools, electronics tools, saws, welders, laser cutters, routers, computer programs, and staff support that you’ll ever need. TechShop is amazing business model of fostering a creative community through shared resources has helped it become ground zero for many San Francisco start-ups. Whether the initial idea is to build the next super-computer or to tinker with an art project, TechShop is the place to turn dreams into tangible realities.

Project and Process: Creating member stories for marketing purposes. The process included working closely with the TechShop marketing team to seeking out interstering member stories that help show what is possible for members to achieve at TechShop.