Cook for the Cure Team Identity

A couple of weeks ago I was a part of the 13th annual Miller Brooks Cook for the Cure® Benefiting Susan G. Komen® Central Indiana. Through these events, Miller Brooks has raised over $125,000 to aid in the fight against breast cancer. This year, the Miller Brooks staff formed 4 teams and faced-off in an epic sandwich smack down. Each team cooked up 2 different types of sandwiches, a side, and a drink. Then guests voted for their favorite.

As part of the event, each team created a unique identity. I designed the identity and signage for my team, “Damsels of Delish.” Having all female members, we went with a dainty, elegant look. Our sandwiches were small ones that belong in a tea party (we had tea too). I chose to use simple line work to design a logo with a swirly motif similar to the pattern that you might find in a lace tablecloth, while also incorporating our commodities: tea and sandwiches.  2014-10-10 17.04.292014-10-10 12.15.20 2014-10-10 12.15.052014-10-10 12.02.09

Organic Product Photo Shoot

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Yesterday I turned my bathroom into a photo studio (I promise it’s not as bad as it sounds). I was doing a product photo shoot for a team project I’ve been working on. Our company is all about hair products with organic ingredients that are good for your hair AND good for the environment. I used the hardwood floor in my bathroom as the backdrop. A lot of stuff in these photos was stuff that I already had. I did have to purchase a coconut. It was a good thing that my husband was home to crack open the coconut, because I had no idea how to do that.

I like how the final pictures turned out. Here are some of them that I edited in Photoshop.

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