I used InDesign to create the following graphic to be shared online to inform parishioners about St. Joseph the Worker's Summer Scripture Study. Even though I would later have to share with parishioners that the study was canceled, I like how this image combined both summer and religious imagery to immediately convey what it was about.
I redesigned the Parish Bulletin in the Summer of 2018. To help let parishioners know about the redesign, I used InDesign to create four "throwback" covers for the parish bulletin. I looked through the bulletin archives and recreated the cover design of the bulletin as it looked in the 1970s, 80s, 90s and the early 2000s. Throwback Bulletin Cover 1970sDownload Throwback Bulletin Cover 1980sDownload Throwback Bulletin Cover 1990sDownload Throwback Bulletin Cover 2000sDownload
SJTW does preaching series where the parish spends a few weeks doing a deep dive into a certain topic and the sermons all follow a theme chosen by a team. The theme for Easter was “Here Comes the Son.” I used InDesign to design the image and logo for the series. This image was shared online and on the screens in the church and served as the identity for the theme to help parishioners connect the messages together. (more…)
I am currently in the process of redesigning SJTW's printed publications. I used InDesign to create a new look for the parish newsletter. The new design has improved organization and readability while matching the new SJTW branding. Click the image to view the full design. (more…)
I am currently in the process of redesigning SJTW's printed publications. I used InDesign to create a new look for the Religious Education Parents' Newsletter. This new version of Carpenter's Tools improves readability and brings the design in line with the new direction for all SJTW publications. (more…)
As part of a larger parish rebrand, I used Illustrator to create a new monogram to serve as a logo for the parish. This logo appears on many images shared on social media. The monogram is intended to serve as an easily identifiable connection to St. Joseph the Worker. (more…)