I created all of the assets for and built this email campaign to encourage customers who do not have savings accounts to open them. I also coded the footer app banner in HTML to drive to each app store.
As a member of the AIGA Atlanta Programming Committee, I have co-coordinated the Poster Show for three years running. This year, my poster entry was chosen by a panel of judges to be featured in the AIGA Atlanta Poster Show Part III: Destination Unknown event, a travel themed Poster Show! My poster was inspired by my recent trip to Peru. I wanted to pay homage to the intricate, beautiful and colorful patterns I saw in Peru, as well as the adorable animal life I met along the way. This is “An Ode to the Llama that Spit on Me”
Be Our Guest, at the Chait's wedding at Agnes Scott College. Photography by Mandi Mitchell Photography.
For this campaign, we ran social media, print and email marketing simultaneously with 5 touch points. Each of the 5 articles had a social graphic which linked to a blog article, a matching email, and a flyer. I created the graphics, built the emails, and scheduled the social media posts.
At Tenet for Nurses Week 2018, I created a campaign intended to feature the actual nurses in our hospitals. Each hospital had the opportunity to customize the created assets with a nurse from their facility. The assets include social media graphics, a poster, flyer, TV slide and web banner for our website.
Marc and Amanda Hedglin asked me to create their lunar themed wedding invitations for their fall wedding in Anne Arbor, MI. Since their colors were teal and gold, we decided gold foil accents would be the way to go! These invites were hand cut and foiled with love! Invitations Photographed by Mandi Mitchell Photography
While at Tenet, I designed for over 30 hospitals. Here are just a few samples of some of the print work I created while I was there for our hospitals.
I designed and built emails which would be used for a dynamic email campaign in Marketo which would automatically populate the class information which the user registered for. The campaign would have 3 touch points in addition to the actual event.
As a member of the AIGA Atlanta Programming Committee, I have co-coordinated the Poster Show for two years. This year, my poster entry was chosen by a panel of judges to be featured in the AIGA Atlanta Poster Show Part II: Art Director's Cut event! My poster was for Lilo and Stitch. I wanted to represent the Pelekai sisters without using their images, so I chose to use the flowers they release as Nani sings Aloha O'e to Lilo before she is going to be taken away. The scene is set in a polaroid photo format, as a nod to Lilo's chosen art form of photography to capture moments in her life.