DEFENDER-Europe 21 is a large-scale U.S. Army-led exercise designed to build readiness and interoperability between the U.S., NATO allies and partner militaries. This year, more than 28,000 multinational forces from 26 nations will conduct nearly simultaneous operations across more than 30 training areas in more than a dozen countries from the Baltics to the strategically important Balkans and Black Sea Region. U.S. Army poster created with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. 

Poster designed and developed to help promote cooperation between U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) and Special Operations Command Europe (SOCEUR). 

Shown is a simple banner graphic that I designed and is currently being used on SOCEURs internal website. 

Above is an information graphic flow chart designed to guide Visual Information Specialists through the appropriate product approval process for Special Operations Command Europe. I designed the entire graphic to tie in with existing SOCEUR branding and colors.

The Deployed Trooper is a collection of stories and photographs about the Soldiers within 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team during their nine month rotation in support of Atlantic Resolve. I designed the entire newsletter as well as "The Deployed Trooper" logo that is seen throughout the newsletter. 

This fun little project initially started out as something that the Family Readiness Group (FRG) could send out to the families of the 1st ABCT Soldiers. It eventually reached many more people outside of the FRG and grew into a newsletter that the entire brigade and some members of the 1st Division viewed and approved. The 1st ID public affairs officer said, "This newsletter is doing great things for the Army"!

This newsletter won 1st place in the Digital Art category of the 2019 Brumfield Mass Communications competition.

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Shown here is the corporate identity for the photography company "Real Capture Photography". Real Capture Photography focuses on real estate photography and video, so these important elements were implemented into the logo design. Software used to complete this design was Adobe Illustrator and InDesign.

This is a company coin that I designed while I was a member of the 62nd ESB, signal battalion. I designed the entire coin, including the "Assassin" character on the front side. 

This is a series of 4'0 posters that I designed to promote healthy eating in military cafeterias. I designed the posters using current Army branding at the time.

Shown here is a "Call for Footage Poster" that I designed and was used to promote a 30 minute historical video of the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade. I was hand picked by the brigade commander to lead the design and development of the video. 

This is a t-shirt design that I completed while deployed in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The t-shirt was worn by members within the company for physical training and to promote esprit decor.

Shown here is a catalog design that I completed for Ace Company (AceCo) as part of AceCo's rebranding efforts. I completed the entire layout and also shot the photography shown. During this time I was in charge of all AceCo marketing and design efforts.

Shown here is a logo that I designed  as part of the re-branding of Molenaar Jewelers in Boise, Idaho. The new logo was used in all Molenaar Jewelers branding to include the building, letterhead, and business cards. 

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