William Hogarth—A Freemason's Harlot  |  Jeremy Bell

This tremendous book was written and produced by Jeremy Bell (Jerry). Knowing my affinity for publishing design, Jerry reached out to me for help in bringing this project to life. Although the subject matter is often quite humorous, it was essential that the book and its extensive research be presented in a sophisticated manner.
I designed and typeset the book—cover to cover. I wouldn't say it was a daunting task, but it certainly wasn't a small one. The book sports more than 300 illustrations, with cross-referencing and annotation throughout the extensive text. InDesign's GREP features proved to be invaluable for this project, aiding me greatly from start to finish. 
To my delight, the book and its design was met with numerous positive reviews. Jerry's work is more than deserving of praise and acclaim—so it was my dearest wish to do the material and its author proper justice.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
World's Most aMazing Aircraft  |  Plane & Pilot

As a special release, Plane & Pilot magazine produced this wonderful book, exhibiting and examining some of the most incredible aircraft to grace the sky above us. Below is the cover and a few inside page samples.​​​​​​​
Photo Book Series  |  Madavor Media

Many of the Madavor Media titles I worked with would regularly hold photography contests, focusing on various themes. Part of the prize for winners and finalists would be showcasing their work in a commemorative photo book. I was tasked with coming up with a clean design approach for these books, to be used on an on-going basis. Below are a few examples of these.​​​​​​​
The Family Addiction Guide Book  |  Thomas Harrison

Tom Harrison and I worked together on several ancillary products during my time at Lawyers Weekly. He later approached me for help in designing and typesetting the cover and interior of a personal project—an educational resource he'd authored for family members looking for help in understanding and dealing with addiction issues.
A self-published title, it was well-received by readers, with many positive reviews posted online. The book was later picked up and reissued by Guilford Press.
The front and back cover are shown below, along with a few interior pages.
The WaY The Wind Bends Things  |  Robert BarBoza

Bob Barboza was a colleague of mine during my time working as a page designer for Hathaway Publishing's weekly newspapers. At the time, he was the editor for the Dartmouth/Westport Chronicle. He was publishing a book of his own poetry, and sought my help in designing the front and back cover.​​​​​​​
Lawyers Weekly Publications

Along with the weekly newspapers, Lawyers Weekly also produced many ancillary books—many of them annual. I worked on several of these during my time there. Below are a few examples.​​​​​​​
Temper  |  UMass Dartmouth

My first book project. During my senior year attending UMass Dartmouth, I was engaged by the English Department to design and typeset their annual literary review, Temper.​​​​​​​
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