Columbia University Medical Center hired me to design these event banners for trade booths and other displays.
While at Click Point, I designed a series of interpretive signs for the Cheyenne Wyoming Governor’s Mansion. The signage describes unique architectural features, the laundry room — laundry through the ages, and the bomb shelter.
A system of way-finder informative signs along the walking trail of the old South Pass City mining camp. The signs are an outdoor system intended to inform and direct visitors through the historic walking tour.
While at Vanguard Communications I designed panels for BCA’s outdoor gear trade show booth. The concept was to silhouette figures in action and abstract them into textures of different types of snow, showing only the product in use.
Designed a system of three outdoor interpretive signs at the Ames Monument (c. 1882), a tribute to the Ames brothers who helped build the Transcontinental Railroad.
I designed a number of panels for historical sites along the I-80 corridor in Wyoming, including these at the site of the Peidmont Charcoal Kilns. The illustrations and maps are original.