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To be honest, coming into this project I only had basic knowledge of cancer prevention. However, after many sessions with all the great staff, and hours with case studies, reports and articles, my eyes were certainly opened. “Breast Aware” is a online resource specifically for the public to increase awareness of cancer prevention through postiive lifestyle choices.

Just a month after completing my first project for the NFB, I was gratefully asked again to submit an interactive film concept on the theme of privacy and our human rights.

I’ve just completed one of the more exciting projects to come my way in a while. Contracted by the NFB to work with Tim Wilson, a documentary filmmaker based on Nova Scotia, on transforming his documentary concept into a unique online interactive film proposal, complete with user-flows, wireframes, art direction and design concepts.

Type: Wireframe and Creative (for pitch) Year: 2010 Company: Alluvion Role: Freelance Information Architect, Art Director

Fifth Ground Entertainment is a Toronto-based entertainment production company responsible for the fantastic Canadian music documentary series entitled “The Rawside of…”. It you haven’t seen it, make your way over to the site and watch the clips. Fantastic stuff.

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Better Building Partnership (BBP) was a complex project to say the least, but equality as fulfilling. I was contracted by the advertising agency Partners + Edell to work with the City of Toronto to completely redeveloping the online presence for Better Building Partnership (BBP). BBP offers incentives for new and redevloping construction projects across the […]

jhr Online (jhr)

November 2, 2009

The new jhr website, introducing our new brand, was launched on December 10th, 2008, both World Human Rights Day, and my birthday! The jhr website is always changing and improving, with new content and features add regularly. Since launch, we have added “The Best of Rights Media” to highlight the best examples of media that has inspired change, blog’s, videos and much more.

Do It Yourself (Home Depot)

November 1, 2009

Home Depot is known for their really helpful Do It Yourself books (believe me, there are invaluable if you own a house). This project brought the books online. Thousands of projects, customizable print outs with shopping lists, and the ability for the community to create and share their own step-by-steps. To launch the site, a series of unique video banners were created; “home videos” of a unhandy couple working on a variety of home repairs with ridiculous results.