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Lisa and Jeremy’s Wedding Album

This is one of the most recent wedding albums I have worked on. It’s an interesting thing to design albums to weddings you didn’t attend. You might think that it would be difficult, but you can tell so much about a couple just by the details of their wedding. It is easy to see that this is a fun loving couple, with all of the colored lights at the reception, along with all of the silly dancing photos with their friends.

 

All pages are displayed as two-page spreads. Photos courtesy of Kracke Photography.

Quadrangle

​​My senior year at Canisius College, I was lucky enough to be chosen to be the designer of the campus’s literary magazine, Quadrangle. It is a yearly publication that features the creative writing and artwork of students, alumni, faculty, and employees of the college. This was the 60th anniversary issue, so the E-Board decided that a theme of “time” was fitting. I designed the magazine with that theme in mind, and really tried to make our issue tie both the literature and the art together.

 

Artwork and poetry creators are credited. Cover Image: “Camilla,” by Julia Green. Spread 9 in the slideshow: “A Hunter’s Guide to Growing Up,” by Joe Bieron. All of the clock images were taken by me specifically for this project, courtesy of Jay L. Soemann and Walker Brothers and Monroe Jewelers  in Buffalo, NY. Copyright Canisius College.

Blondie

When I was a senior at Canisus College, I took an amazing class about typography. Blondie is the final project I did for this class, based on a poem that my roommate wrote. My idea in for this design was to create twelve squares and design the poem with emphasis on specific parts of the text. The story in this poem is true, and I have always felt a deep connection with it because of my work with wedding photography. As a part of this project, I took a photo of my roommate and her boyfriend, who played the part of the man and his wife in the poem. Of all of the projects I did in design school, this was my all time favorite, which is why I feel the need to keep it in my portfolio.

Poem courtesy of Caitie McAneney.