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Halcyon - My Halcyon Days Magazine Redesign
For Halcyon, Australia's most-awarded developer of over-50s lifestyle communities, I was tasked with refreshing the company's much-loved magazine, My Halcyon Days. Seeking to broaden its appeal amongst non-residents, I balanced vibrant contemporary photography and white space equally to create a welcoming, leisurely reading experience.
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The Little Red Company - TILLS Prospectus
The Little Red Company required a clean and considered sales deck to aid proactive business development outreach for their corporate offering, The IsoLate Late Show. The 12-page interactive document included embedded video links to bring the popular variety show from page to virtual-stage.
Foot Locker Social Tiles
In the hugely-cluttered social media space, I welcome the challenge of creating visually-arresting, thumbstopping content for brands. Below is a snapshot of work created for global giant Foot Locker across a two-year engagement.
Brisbane Lions - 2018 Retail Ticketing Campaign
The Little Red Company - Christmas Actually
Foot Locker - Asics Shori Window Campaign
Foot Locker is famous for its exclusive, limited-release heat product. For Asics, my Asics Shori campaign was rolled out in-store and online, and distributed to Foot Locker stores across Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
Foot Locker - Asics Window Campaign
Foot Locker is famous for its exclusive, limited-release heat product. My Asics campaign was rolled out in-store, social media and online, and distributed to Foot Locker stores across Australia, and New Zealand.
Foot Locker QV
Foot Locker's first Australian Power Store was modelled on the successful large-scale retail concept rolled out by the global athletic company across Europe, the US and Asia. As designer, I was responsible for concepting and creating all in-store graphics for the 773sqm store, including commissioning an original two-storey mural by Melbourne artist George Rose and illustrator Travis Price in collaboration with Eddie Zammit.
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