From 2011-2013 I authored, duplicated, and designed 12 DVDs (3 sets) duplicated as 2000 DVDs for the Fiz-zee dance perofrmances.
Please click here to see more of the set.
Sandwich Zine was an online monthly publication, for which I designed and developed three websites, marketing materials, and artworks to from 2009-2014.
Many years ago, I accidentally fell into web design. After volunteering to help organize a few community websites, I realized I had picked up enough HTML to easily build my own. Since then, I've managed content and developed several sites.
Now armed with HTML5, CSS3, some JS, and PHP skills - I've created the second itteration of the WithJulie site. I've waded through three rebuilds of SandwichZine, and have recently finished the Writeline Inc. website.
In 2009, I created bus stop advertisments and promotional posters for the Pittsburgh Neighborhood Narratives film collaboration and worked on three of the nine films.
I volunteered with the NZ Interantional Film Festival in 2013 to adapt their promotional brochures for local screenings.
It's interesting how often the communication and biological sides of my career overlap.
Below is an example of a brochure I created for a children's clinic that provided movement coaching and data for the researcher. I've contributed still and moving images to scientific publications, posters, books, presentations, and research data collection itself.
I feel strongly about the community projects I engage in and often want to help promote them.
In 2010, I co-produced a Cold Reading Group, in which we had local actors reading local scripts. I produced promotional posters and used them in our marketing campaigns.
From 2009-2011 I helped out with Women in Film and Television (Pittsburgh Chapter) to keep their website up to date, manage email lists and newsletters, and create materials for events.
Most recently, I designed the new logo for the Foster, Adoptive Families, and Friends of Memphis.