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  • Larson Pre-Algebra

    This cover was made to bridge two programs- Burger Math and Larson Math. To keep costs down, I used four royalty-free images to create the composite scene.

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  • Go Math Grade 6

    The Go Math! program has been a great success. It started out as a Florida-specific series and I picked up the program when we adapted it for the national market by changing some of the covers and adding a grade six book (showing). There are 214 print components in both English and Spanish. Along with the special editions for Alabama and New York, there are over 600 print covers in this program.

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  • Expressiones

    This is the Spanish Edition adapted from the national edition. I had to create a new logo with the same look and feel, and create new art for the chart and flash cards.

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  • Science Fusion Prototype

    This is a prototype for the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt science series "Science Fusion." this version was to address the request for a contemporary, tech-identified look.

    I used Adobe Illustrator to create the letter forms and Blender to extrude, light, color, and render it. The parts were then combined in Photoshop.

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  • Science Fusion Prototype

    This is a prototype for the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt science series "Science Fusion." this version was to address the request for a kid-friendly, fun look.

    I used Adobe Illustrator to create the letter forms and Blender to extrude, light, color, and render it. The parts were then combined in Photoshop.

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  • Science Fusion Prototype

    This is a prototype for the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt science series "Science Fusion." this version was to address the request for a traditional middle-school science book.

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  • Literature prototype

    This is one of four cover prototypes I developed for McDougal Littell Literature. The covers for the top-selling programs in the market at the time all incorporated two images, one inset over the other. I attempted to take the "image inset over another: concept to a new level, placing the art over a photo where the art would blend into the scene making it appear that the art was a representation of the area it covered in the photograph. The three others used "Christina's World" by Andrew Wyeth set over a matching prairie photo; "Purple Hills Ghost Ranch" by Georgia O'Keefe over a matching mesa; and a city portrait over a city photo.

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