This component reflects the branding and promotional assets for REGGAE REEL, a dynamic exhibit celebrating the music, message, and masters of reggae.
David I. Muir’s collection of 26 iconic reggae-music performance photos were on display at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center from August 10th through September 30, 2018. The collection, appropriately entitled Reggae Reel - Moments in Music features stunning images of reggae royalty, including Marcia Griffiths and Buju Banton, today’s hottest artists including Tarrus Riley, Mavado, and Chronixx, and rising stars like Koffee and Sevana.
Poster Design / Illustration
The Pompano Beach Cultural Center is a multidisciplinary arts venue that focuses on making art accessible to the public. A dance and theater space with capacity for up to 500 people, multimedia lab, audio recording studio, and art gallery make the Pompano Beach Cultural Center a "Cultural Powerhouse”.
This monthly magazine was part of the overall branding strategy for the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. The publication kept venue goers up to date about upcoming events, newsletters, event pictures, playbills for current performances, venue goals, and staff activities.
This was the branding and feel for one of the opening ceremonies for the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. Proudly sponsored by JetBlue, Havana Nights, featuring two-time Grammy Award-winner Marlow Rosado.
This event recreated the ambiance of Cuba’s capital city with street musicians including trumpets and percussion, musical quartet, trio with vocalist and Marlow Rosado’s 12-piece band accompanied by traditional dancers.
ArtPop! was a multidisciplinary arts festival and the signature event for the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. Hosted 4 times a year, the main goal for ArtPop! was to feature and highlight everything presented in the venue.
Phenomenal Women, the first event in this series at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center, served as a tribute to the importance of women in the arts.
Music Artists Curation/Booking
This was the poster design for Green Day’s American Idiot, a play presented by Outre Theater Company and the Cultural Arts Creative. This live event was hosted by the Pompano Beach Cultural Center and directed by Doug Wetzel. This play was inspired by the political climate during the era of "extraordinary rendition," the Patriot Act, and "Freedom Fries". My design was meant to capture the rebellious mentality and mindset in which this play was written.
Logo Design for Shaky Yogi
Yoga and meditation teacher in Palm Beach County.
Logo design for Videographer Gal Koretzky
Gal Koretzky is videographer from South Carolina who focuses on lifestyle events.
Branding and Logo Design for The Teenytiny Fashion Junkie (Marcela Uriarte)
Colorist/Hair Stylist for PR at Partners in Washintong DC & Fashion enthusiast.