BTV / Chamber of Commerce Booklet

BRIEF: Design a bio book of speakers and moderators featured at a gala event.

DETAILS: For this booklet, the only photography to be featured would be on the cover. The rest became an experiment in typography, trying to make each page feel unique to the next, yet altogether related. The bi-fold brochure measured 4″ x 7″ when produced.

While the photos shown here on the site represent the finished product, it should be noted that I contributed the design work only. As with most design-related projects, there were many talented people involved: production managers, copywriters, photographers and input from fellow designers… This project is very much a team effort, and the finished design reflects the contributions of many individuals.

Shown here for portfolio purposes only.

BTV / Chamber of Commerce Booklet 2

BTV / Chamber of Commerce Booklet 3

BTV / Chamber of Commerce Booklet 4

Featured here are the original design spreads:

Chamber of Commerce Sample Spreads


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