Interview with Phil Collins for Texas State Library and Archives Commission
My office was honored to host Grammy Award winning recording artist and Texas history buff, Phil Collins, for a private viewing of the William B. Travis “Victory or Death” Letter. Collins, an avid collector of Alamo memorabilia, also had the chance to view other treasured items in the TSLAC collection including the William Travis family…
Texans’ Struggle for Freedom and Equality
Video I produced for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission’s latest exhibit, Texans’ Struggle for Freedom and Equality which offers visitors the opportunity to view documents and images integral to Texas’ social history, illustrating the heroic efforts of early Texas settlers, the consequences of Indian and Mexican conflicts, demands for civil rights for African-Americans…
2013-2014 Texas State Library and Archives Biennial Report
The 2013-2014 TSLAC Biennial Report comprises highlights of data presented in a graphical form from the most recent two years of operation of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The data includes information from the Texas State Library, Texas State Archive, Library Development and Networking Services and Texas Talking Book Program. The design…
Texas State Library and Archives Commission Logo Redesign
As Communications officer of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, I recently took on the task of re-designing and re-branding the image of the agency. The mission of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission is to safeguard significant resources, provide information services that inspire and support research, education and reading, and enhance the…
Texas in Focus Promotional Video
Promotional video written, produced and edited for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission’s latest exhibit, Texas in Focus, Early Photography from the State Archives.
Capitol City Cinema
Logo created for Capitol City Cinema, an independent, community funded cinema in Jefferson City, MO. The community funded project will bring art house style films to central Missouri, paired alongside mouthwatering offerings from Capitol City Cork. The logo features a graphic portrayal of Jefferson City’s Capitol dome ( construction was completed in 1917- USA Today…
Overhead Projectors are Fun
1 overhead projector equals countless hours of shadow puppet fun. Just ask goose, moose, dinosaur and Abe Lincoln.
“Tintype/Daguerreotype” Civil War Era Prints mark the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh
Digital photographs manipulated in the style of 1860s tintype/daguerreotype prints. These photographs were taken as part of a commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh in 2012. The full set can be seen by visiting the Missouri State Archives.
Arts and Education Council of St. Louis 50 Year Timeline
Timeline designed to celebrate the Arts and Education Council’s 50th Anniversary featuring highlights from the arts in St. Louis from the past 50 years. Since 1963, A&E has raised over $100 million in support of arts and arts education organizations. The banner above is due to travel to selected arts institutions throughout the St. Louis region…