Ferment Fest Vancouver featured 16 local fermented food brands ranging from sauerkraut to tempeh to chocolate. Given that the trend of fermented foods is relatively new, this event was an opportunity to educate the public about the wide range of products that are fermented and their health benefits.
In addition to being part of the event planning for Ferment Fest Vancouver, I created custom illustration, promotional posters, and a website for event information.
Branding and packaging concept for a reusable straw company launching in late 2019.
Boosh Food is a Vancouver meal delivery service that differentiates itself by allowing customers to mix and match meal components to create their own unique dish.
This brand required brand guidelines to be created to accompany the existing logo to define colour pallete and paired typography, a custom tagline, creative direction for the photography and social media, marketing material support, and illustration package.
The direction for the photography was to showcase the individual meal components that Boosh has to offer and how these individual items allow for customers to create a fresh, healthy meal that is unique to them and their cravings. Styling was kept bright and playful to stand out from local competitive brands. Photography by Kornelia Kulbacki.
Collection of magazine spreads for a local private club.
Identity and business cards for Vancouver based food marketing company.
Whole Foods Market
Reusable bag created for Whole Foods Market. This bag was sold in the Pacific Northwest region Whole Foods Market locations across British Columbia, Washington and Oregon.
This booklet was created as a self promotional piece. The concept of the book was to market myself as a multi-disciplinary creative, merging my fine arts practice (textures of paint on top of photographs, ink rolled on linoleum, watercolor bleeds) with graphic design and book binding. The book covers my background, my influences, my work style, and my creative process.