ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE DE DENVER
FRENCH AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHAPTER
PRINT ADVERTISING ∙ EVENT COLLATERAL
In 2017, Anne was commissioned by the Alliance Française de Denver to create a new brand identity for Festinema Junior, an educational and complimentary French Youth Film Festival taking place each Spring at various locations across the United states of America. In September 2019, the Délégation des Alliances Françaises - États-Unis in Washington, D.C. is now working with Anne to update all the Media Toolkit for all participating Alliances Françaises in the U.S.
LUXURY EDITORIAL DESIGN
Anne enjoyed working as a freelance Lead Graphic Designer and Art Director at Reign Media for the Summer, Fall and Winter issues.
REIGN (the HOME Issue) ∙ Summer 2016
FIRST EDITORIAL FEATURES
Joie de Vue (slideshow)
Behind the Mast (slideshow)
REIGN (the STYLE Issue) ∙ Fall 2016
SIR and SPORT ∙ Fall-Winter 2017
THOMAS DANCE PROJECT
LOGO DESIGN & PRINT ADVERTISING
THE ART INSTITUTES
T. SHIRT DESIGN
The Art Institutes offer students a wide selection of accredited programs in Design, Media Arts, Fashion and Culinary. Each year in June, Ai campuses nationwide also welcome high school students during the Summer Studio sessions. In 2014, Jenna Nord, the Marketing Coordinator at The Art Institute of Colorado asked Anne to design the 2014 Summer Studio T-shirt.
LUX is an experimental typography student project (2014) based on the concept of Paris, the City of Light where Anne used to live. LUX is composed of simple rectilinear and curvilinear shapes so that it remains legible from a distance. It is also strongly influenced by the Guerrilla Marketing, an advertising strategy that focuses on low-cost unconventional marketing tactics that yield maximum results.
This composition captures the essence of this environmental typography project, as the word LUX almost appears to be a permanent element of this environment. Thanks to this experiment, Anne and her fellow film student, Robert Matthews gained a better understanding of lighting possibilities and limitations in an outside location such as Harlequin Plaza in Greenwood Village, Colorado.