Whether it’s a book, magazine, a poster, or even a website, the design of your project should make a great impression. A well-constructed message needs well-constructed design to make that impression. The following portfolio show various design solutions that use elegant typography, intriguing layouts, and arresting images.
For the past decade I have been working as an editorial designer for publishers (and self-publishers) of all sizes, providing art direction, cover design, interior design and layout, as well as typesetting, for all types of editorial project out there: from large coffee table art books to small topical essay-style non-fiction books (and everything in between). I run a small office in Toronto, but work with clients in the United States, UK, and all across Canada.
I’m not just a print designer: I also work on websites for individuals who want an easy-to-manage online presence. Aside from obvious format differences (the beauty of the static printed page vs. the responsive, flexible nature of a website), I address a lot of the same design issues: how to best convey the meaning and message of a project, and then how to make the visual experience truly enjoyable.
What do I bring to your project?
And I have been honoured to have received:
A select list of past and current clients:
Before starting my own studio, I worked ‘behind the curtain,’ so I know about most aspects of publishing (and can help steer you through some parts of the process):
Whether you are a publisher, art director, self-published author or a business, email me with a few details to discuss your upcoming project!