AP World was a quarterly magazine created by the inhouse corporate communications department for reporters working worldwide for the Associated Press. The interior had articles on timely news events involving AP reporters, happenings within the Associated Press structure, and personal and professional news about individual reporters. I art directed the magazine, worked with the editor and carried it through to production.
This bimonthly publication featured cutting-edge information on causes of chest pain, usually involving the heart. Each issue covered a different topic. I created the initial look of the publication and then illustrated the covers for 10 years. The publication was created by a medical publishing company for the medical community and sponsored by a pharmaceutical company.
From 2000 to 2011, I have been creating all the graphic support for California Watercolor Association's National Exhibition on an annual basis. One of the major pieces is the catalog that has an image of each of the paintings accepted into the exhibition, information about each artist and each sponsor/donor. I began with art direction and production, then in the past several years have included the scanning and color correcting of all the artwork.
In October of 2000 I assumed the position of Newsletter Editor for the California Watercolor Association. On a monthly basis I gather information about past events, upcoming events, news about workshops and members and compile it all into a 10 page (or more) newsletter printed in black and white and mailed to the members. 2 years ago we added the electronic version (in color) for members who prefer to receive it by email. I oversee all aspects of creation and production as well as distribution.
Perspectives Magazines were created as premeeting publications for the medical community attending conventions for their specialty. The interior featured a map of the host city, sightseeing information, restaurant listings, hotel listings and other useful information for the out-of-towner. Clinical Perspectives were then published postmeeting highlighting some of the key lectures and sessions of the convention. Each set was sponsored by a pharmaceutical company.
I worked with several medical publishing companies as the art director of a number of bimonthly and monthly publications for the medical community. I also helped create and produce numerous monographs on breaking medical information or a particular drug treatment. I worked closely with the editors, hired photographers and illustrators as needed and carried the projects through production. For a few clients that included working with mailing houses for distribution.
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