FAR AND WIDE
Prior to moving to Wichita six years ago, my husband and I ran a digitally nomadic marketing and production company, CreativeRHINO. Working as such a small and intimate team meant wearing multiple hats which for me included Creative Director, Project Manager, Graphic Designer, and Event Planner. We worked on a wide range of projects with clients from large to small. For our largest client, easyhome, we devised and developed their national social media marketing campaign in 2009 which evolved into integrating social media with grand opening coordination and event planning for new stores across the country.
See a clip of our Grand Opening work here.
CLOSER TO HOME
On the opposite end of the spectrum, I have had the pleasure of working on a much smaller scale including brand identity consulting and advertising materials with intimate family businesses such as “Next Summer,” a local retail shop based in Bolton Landing, NY. I worked with a Wichita-based Little League team “The Wichita Naturals” on logo design; and from 2008-2014 all point of sale and visual vocabulary for the Lake George Theater Lab.
|Ad for Next Summer's signature cookie line & event launch.
|Wichita Naturals Stitching Mock-Up
|Lake George Theater Lab 2013
CLOSE TO MY HEART
My official title at Harvester Arts, a non-profit arts organization in Old Town, is Founder and CEO which is a formal way of saying “professional multitasker.” In an all-volunteer organization, this means a spectrum of duties from public speaking, tracking expenses and managing budgets, grant writing, to mopping the floor.
|Introducing Resident Christine Wong Yap, April 2015.
|2016 Riverfest Artist in Residence Rachel B. Hayes completed 5 SunSail structures installed on the lawn in front of the Hyatt and created undulating layers of color for the Sundown Parade.
|Txtual Healing by Paul Notzold uses projection, texting, crowd sourcing and typically lots of laughter to the streets (and walls) of Wichita in November
Harvester Arts has two resident artists coming up in the fall, James Trotter and Paul Notzold! Also watch for a fresh look on the Harvester building in October as well... details to come! We have quite a few large projects on the horizon that we are very excited about. Thank you, as always, for your support.