PVG – Comparison Graphic
This graphic was created in house while at Positive Venture Group to represent the cost of outsourcing your finance operations to PVG Vs maintaining a finance operation in-house.
Simplicity Cleaning Co.
As a new business, Simplicity Cleaning Co needed a full range of marketing materials. First we started by creating an identity and a logo. Based on market research we created a website and promotional materials such as door hangers and internal collateral that would resonate and be noticed by soon-to-be customers.
Arts Healing Hearts
This video was created to promote Arts Healing Hearts, a non-profit that brings arts programs to patients at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto.
This video was created as part of Bryan’s 2015 federal election campaign for the riding of Cambridge.
Alternatively you can view the video on: Youtube
This press kit was created for Fudi, a gourmet frozen food company.
This Press kit was created for Adele Wellness to be distributed along with media kits.
Acne and Rosacea Society of Canada
This is a sample of a document created to list the members of the Acne and Rosacea Society of Canada and their biographies for distribution with media kits.
Sans Souci Event Ad
This piece was created for a campaign to promote an event held by a financial company in Vaughan called Sans Souci Mortage Alliance.
Scott Health Center
This website was created for Scott Health Centre. It was created for the purposes of updating and simplifying the previous website and provide some basic information to potential and current clients.
Jonathan Scott Consulting
This website was created for Jonathan Scott Consulting. Jonathan is a consultant and political commentator. This website acts as a platform to archive published news articles and to publish new, original pieces of content.
you can visit this website at: jscottconsulting.ca
This website was created for Cafe M to provide customers with information about the cafe. Cafe M is an independent cafe in Toronto serving gourmet, handcrafted Panini, wraps, and classic espresso based drinks as well as some seasonal favourites.
You can visit the website at: cafem.ca
Low Poly Trudeau
This low poly poster was created for a recruitment campaign for the Young Liberals of Canada
This piece was created for the Young Liberals of Canada.
This piece was created to be distributed a religious celebration by Liberal MP, Sonia Sidhu
Milwaukee Candle Co.
This Logo was created for a contest for the the Milwaukee Candle Company.
The loggers lit her on fire after she wandered outside of her village.
Picture: Survival International
In the time it takes for you to read this letter, commercial logging will have destroyed an area of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest larger than 200 football fields.
In the past three decades, hundreds of people have died in land wars; countless others endure fear and uncertainty living their lives threatened by those who profit from the theft of timber and land. Among these people, the most threatened cultures on earth and one of the last two nomadic tribes on earth are the Awá–Guajá tribe, native to the amazon rainforest in Brazil.
The Awá–Guajá live off the land with a profound love for the forest they live in. Everything comes from the forest: baskets made from palm leaves, the loops of vine used to climb trees, and the tree resin burned to provide light. For Awá men, hunting is at the forefront of their minds. Men hunt and provide a bounty of food for their families to eat and survive off of including Red puma, monkeys and other land animals as well as fish. The Awa even keep animals as pets including coatis, wild pigs and parakeets. The Awa favour monkeys and even breastfeed them when they become separated from their mothers.
The Awá are very resourceful and live very plentiful lives in the forest but they are not safe and neither is the beloved forest they call home.
Almost all of forests in the northeastern state of Maranhão have been cleared and 31 percent of the forest in indigenous reserves has already been logged illegally. Loggers enter these areas illegally, cut down trees and then export the timber for sale to the UK and other foreign markets. Even though they are protected, the Awá’s forests are disappearing faster than any other indigenous area in Brazil.
Reader, in 2011 illegal loggers burned eight-year-old Arawata alive after she had wandered outside of her village one day. She was murdered inside of protected land.
She was killed as a warning to other native peoples living in the protected area that they were not safe. Arawata is not the first to be killed. According to the Indigenous Missionary Council of Brazil, about 450 indigenous people were murdered between 2003 and 2010.
That’s just too many.
Together we can plant more than just trees. We can help protect the Awá-Guajá from illegal loggers and from losing their homes.
At Cool Earth we work along with indigenous villages and grow partnerships to halt rainforest destruction. We don’t create reserves, put up fences or buy up land; we put indigenous peoples back in control of the forests that they love and call home. We have empowered 118 villages and put them back into control and saved over 640,000 acres of forest. By working alongside local people we build better health, education, livelihood and security to better protect them from illegal farming and deforestation.
For the rest of 2016, 100% of your donations to Cool Earth will go directly to our rainforest partnerships.
Thanks to a visionary grant from the Michael Uren Foundation, all our operational costs will be covered until the end of February 2017.
This MEANS YOUR SUPPORT HAS MORE IMPACT THAN EVER.
Together, with your generous donation we can protect the Awá-Guajá, their home, and their way of life.
Please visit coolearth.org/donate to help us build a strong partnership with the Awá-Guajá.
With much thanks,
Director of Communications
1-888-499-8733 Ext: 123
P.S. Reader. As a thanks, we would like to help you out. With every donation of $50 or more, we will send you a tree sapling native to your area to help you prevent habitat loss and deforestation at home.
*This is a mock sample created to test my skills. The facts and figures in this piece are all real, however the campaign is entirely fictional. I am in no way affiliated with Cool Earth.
Paper Crane Creative Co.
This logo was created for a fictional company as part of a branding assignment at Humber College.
This brochure is a fictional piece created to demonstrate my writing and design skills while at Humber college. All information is factual. Photographs are property of Fogo Island Inn.
First Trust Canada
First Trust Canada commissioned portraits of each of their executive and sales teams at Trump Tower to be featured on their company website.