Not everything I've done fits neatly into a category. Plus, there's old stuff I love that is fun and tells you a little bit about me as a writer and a person. So here is the stuff that didn't fit neatly into anything else.
Principal for a Day
Direct Mailer, Front
Principal for a Day Direct Mailer, Inside
Pandesic - Reality
One of four. The set won a bronze Effie, driving all kinds of business for this business software solution launched at the beginning of the e-commerce revolution in 1998.
No budget. No art. No help. No problem.
From my student days. Plus, the Washington Post was my first job out of college.
It went out of business when the cantankerous owner and bartender died. But it was a real place. And the ads portrayed it correctly. Debbie Kroh, Art Director.
St. Paul Insurance Company
Symphony Program Insert, Front
St. Paul Insurance Company, Symphony Program Insert, Inside
At CBSi, I helped drive a project to reward Fantasy Baseball managers for organizing and building enthusiasm for the season. The project was finished by the team after I left for Salesforce but the Bobble-head lives on.