Advertisement to promote Washington's Headquarters — Ford Mansion — located in Morristown, New Jersey.
A campaign to promote the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ located on the campus of Drew University in Madison.
Advertisement to promote the Thomas Nast collection of artwork at Macculloch Hall in Morristown.
Advertisement to promote Historic Speedwell where the first public demonstration of the telegraph was presented to the public by Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail.
A marketing and advertising campaign developed for the Morris County Tourism Bureau to promote five historic sites located in the county.
The premise behind the creative concept for these advertisements was to identify the historic significance of each landmark and tie it to a well-recognized cultural icon to make the messaging more memorable.
In addition to creating the advertisement concepts and executing the designs to final production, the tag line “Visit Morris County and Experience History Today” was created to serve as a marketing brand for the campaign.
The campaign was recognized by the Art Directors Club of New Jersey.
This advertisement promoted Ford Mansion, the historic landmark in Morristown. It was the military headquarters for George Washington during the American Revolution when the Continental Army was stationed in Morristown during the winter of 1779 – 1780.
Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
This advertisement promoted The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey located on the campus of Drew University in Madison, NJ.
Morristown has been known for many celebrated individuals. Amongst this group of notorieties is the famous Nineteeth Century illustrator and political cartoonist, Thomas Nast.
Known as the birthplace modern-day telecommunications, Morristown was home to the first public demonstration of the telegraph. Samuel F. B. Morse and Alfred Vail presented the invention at Historic Speedwell.