John Hughes, author of Haunting the CEO, needed help preparing his inspirational leadership story for publishing. He wanted the first printing to be a hardcover, cloth-bound and hot-stamped book. Classy. This is from his website: In 2010, John wrote and published Haunting the CEO, a leadership book written in story format. The book has been a top […]
A resilient brand identity keeps on going David Dessinger, a relatively new transplant from California when I met him on the ferry, took to Bainbridge Island right away. He sought out the help of Alfred Peet, founder of Peets Coffee & Tea in Berkeley, before starting Pegasus Coffee in 1979. We drifted apart as our situations […]
I worked with the ACLU of Washington as their go-to designer before they had in-house resources. It was a long and fruitful collaboration. One of my favorite print projects was the 2004–05 annual report that featured the work (in beautiful photographs) of a local ceramic artist, Randolph Silver, who found the Patriot Act particularly motivational. […]
This is my favorite of the two ballet school brochures I designed (way back when) and produced for the Pacific Northwest Ballet School. I worked with the PNB in-house marketing staff. Francia Russell was the director. Photos by John Holmberg, Terri Port and David Cooper.
I was fortunate to work with the PNB in-house marketing staff from 1983–85. This souvenir booklet has an embossed cover with pearl spot varnish throughout and sepia photos. PNB called the Good Shepherd Center their home at the time—both the Ballet and the Ballet School. This was during the first decade of the Francia Russell […]