A short intro for a video presentation, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Community Options, Inc., a national nonprofit that has been developing community-based homes and employment supports for people with disabilities. The intro features an animated photo montage, transitioning into the Community Options logo, and then finally revealing a silver medallion, to celebrate the organizations’ 20th anniversary.
T-Shirts and Postcards that I designed and sold to raise money to rebuild the Jersey Shore town where I've spent every summer of my life, after the devastation caused by hurricane Sandy. The shirts feature the words "Ocean Gate" stylized as sunset on a horizon, along with the tagline "Stronger than Sandy." The postcards also feature some of my original photography.
Located in a storefront in SEPTA's Suburban Station in downtown Philadelphia, the Accessible Travel Center was designed to help riders with disabilities learn how to use and navigate the Authority's transit system. It features a recreated bus and train platform, with realistic graphics that make it appear as though you're traveling through the streets of Philadelphia.