Lux Salon is a high end hair salon in Raleigh, NC that specializes in hair cuts, color, featherlock extensions, and many other services. They contacted me to update their website to a modern, clean but edgy look, and I had to accept!
My sister Jessica was getting married, and asked me to help out with their wedding invites. I couldn't resist! We went with a 4x6 double sided, full gloss postcard seen above. In addition, I created programs using the same theme for the actual ceremony, seen below.
After completing the Victory Church website redesign, the last part of my job was to create a brochure with the purpose of giving visitors, as well as existing members, an overview of what Victory was about,what programs and ministries they had to offer, and what steps they needed to take to get involved.
With this project I revised Care One's course brochure to better display information about courses. Information includes course date/time, tuition/book costs, exam fees, and more. They are handed out students interested in attending the school. The brochure was then handed off to the client to be printed in-house at their location.
In 2007, while employed at Victory Fellowship Church, I was tasked with the 3rd redesign of their website. Now, 3 years later, I'm at it again. While the previous site was a huge step forward in regards to usability and design, we wanted to push forward even more.
Before I completed the New Here Brochure, I was also asked to create a brochure to advertise Lifegroups (small groups) at Victory Church. The goal was to create something visually interesting that would catch people's attention, make them aware of Lifegroups, and provide a way for them to get involved.
I was contacted by Tara Gardiner (an amazing stylist at a high end salon) to shoot some photos of her hair & makeup work for her upcoming website. She suggested a few locations in downtown Raleigh, and they were perfect for the shoot. This photoshoot was a blast!
With a second designer on board, we had a big vision to re-brand the magazine formerly known as Victorious Living, as Prism. Our goal was to take content from a variety of sources, both in-house and external, and create a magazine full of diverse articles to encourage and inspire Christians. After roughly 3 months of brainstorming, the first redesign issue was released.