Effectively Reducing Crime in Baltimore was: A five dimensional plan to eradicate the narcotics trade and improve the comfort and security of Baltimore’s neighborhoods.
Fun facts about our state on the reverse. Printed and distributed to schoolchildren visiting their state capital.
The Governor’s Coordinating Offices include a half-dozen units, working closely. These were printed palmcards for government colleagues at municipal and county conferences.
This two-sided door-hanger has a special place in my heart. It features a cameo from Heat Miser (from Rankin/Bass’ 1974 children’s television special The Year Without a Santa Claus). This City-issued health notice had express permission from Warner Brothers to use the character’s likeness for this project, which was printed and circulated to residents during […]
Baltimore City implemented a 311 system in 2001. But this wasn’t just a call center, it also included citizen web reporting. Over 75 public services, from streetlights and potholes to water breaks and missed trash collections were cataloged, and tracked for results by the CitiStat program. According to About.com: In 2001, Mayor Martin O’Malley launched […]
Bond campaigns consisted of brochures and posters published by the Baltimore City Department of Planning. I designed the public information and collateral printed materials for three elections, from 1997-2001.