Staten Island’s Borough President James Molinaro was severely red in this photo. Using Photoshop’s curves feature, the red face was diminished and the greens were adjusted to blue.
Former NBA player Chris Herren addressed local high school students on drug abuse. Here the green tint on his jacket was removed leaving it the correct blue.
With the yellow pulled down using levels and the contrast pushed up, former Congressman Michael Grimm was ready for the print run.
Drenched in yellow reflected from the gym floor, this photo was corrected using Photoshop’s hue/saturation controls. Pictured is former Wagner College basketball coach Mike Deane.
Art & Design
This 4x5 inch, two color mailer was created for Serenity Floats to increase traffic as well as awareness of flotation, an alternative relaxation technique. FileMakerPro was then used to generate a targeted mailing list of women between 24 and 50. This piece had a remarkable 2.5% response, exceeding all expectations for this fledgling business.
To spark holiday sales at the Rockefeller University store, this striking internal mailer offered a discount to the University community. Staff, faculty and students were relieved to learn that much of their holiday shopping could be completed right on campus.
To quickly display pertinent information for busy marketing affiliates at Pay-Per-View, this attractive B&W newsletter placed the most important news front-and-center on page one.
Holborn Reinsurance competed in the Corporate Challenge run every year. This year’s participants sported the baseball look.
Created with InDesign, this picture book features the Staten Island Ferry. It is peppered with ferry facts and beautiful photography. A few were bound by hand and given to friends and co-workers as gifts.
This book cover project effectively uses typography and a blurred background to evoke a sense of disappearing.
Assembled pages for Scholastic’s Early Childhood Education magazine. Worked with the Copy Editor and Art Director to get the type to fit and the photos silhouetted.
Graphs & Charts
This page graphically displays the benefits of reinsurance. Randomly plotted numbers leave signifiant areas uncovered. Reinsurance covers these gaps.
This multi-part presentation had to be in the Vice President’s hands in five hours before the team left for the airport. This involved: covers, color maps, graphs, spreadsheets, interior pages, tabs, with all corrections made and spiral bound, executed lickety-split. By coordinating support across departments, we accurately delivered the pitch books with time to spare.
I created many graphs for the Staten Island Advance; school test results, gas prices, and celebrity popularity were all turned into graphs using the Advance’s style.
Almost a native Staten Islander, Egan lives in St. George, home of the famous Staten Island Ferry and the not-so-famous outlet mall. I enjoy editorial and catalog layout and would welcome opportunities in those areas. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org