Whether you're looking for traditional print or web advertising or something a
little different, knowing your audience is key. The possibilities are vast and
my mind is wide open.
Traditional print advertising for the local Swim Club aimed towards attracting parents who are looking for a fun healthy community club for their kids.
Alberta Research Council advertorial aimed towards attracting clients and partners in research and technology sectors. Created for Venture Publishing.
A campaign with two audiences in mind: contractors and their potential clients. The idea was to direct both groups
to a website to either offer contracting services or a contract. Direct mailers, print ads, web banners, and posters with a peel-away info note were used. Web graphics for the NWTCA (Northwest Territories Construction Association) website were created to foster program recognition. Created for Kellett Communications.
This is Barry, the spokesyeti for Latitude Wireless. I was asked to create several mascot options for the "wireless" branch of NorthwestTel – Barry was the chosen one. Being up North, surrounded by kilometers of untouched wilderness, my imagination produced snapshots of the legendary yeti, walking the land in search of reception. Created for Kellett Communications.
These web banners and website graphics, part of a spring Latitude Wireless campaign,
were created using the new mascot. Created for Kellett Communications.
Print ads for magazine and newspaper insertion, also incorporating Barry the mascot, were part of the Latitude Wireless spring campaign. A pop-up banner, for in-store signage, was made
to promote campaign recognition.