24x36” poster created for WorkIT Nashville / Nashville Chamber of Commerce. 24 plastic HOLGA cameras (and rolls of 120 film) were purchased and shared with 36 Nashvillians. Each was asked to shoot a roll of 12 images to highlight their average day in the city of Nashville. Once all of the film was processed and scanned, we pulled select shots (out of over 400 individual frames) and arranged them into the poster you see here. It was pretty fascinating to see what people from every aspect of life and part of the city had to share from their day-to-day; from a 5-year old elementary student to the mayor of the city. (seen here is an uncut proof of the final poster / printed on heavy stock and suitable for framing).
Rebranding of Bethel University, located in McKenzie, TN
Weekly Social ads for a folk/country radio show. These are made on my lunch-break, on the day of the show… normally using an altered photo from one of the albums featured that night, to advertise that night’s episode.