A flexible toolkit of graphic elements for a franchise rebrand, designed to work both for online video as well as for on-air segments. Designed in multiple color palettes, assorted free-floating formats allow for flexibility of use while the package stays generic enough to work for a wide range of topics.

Main title and graphics package for the historic wedding special that shared the romance, preparation and marriage ceremony of Lance Bass and Michael Turchin, the first televised gay wedding on American television. Slight art deco influences and minimal compositions reflect their Gatsby-esque wedding theme while staying true to E!'s minimal pop of color aesthetic.

Various elements for NBC's coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, created on-site in Russia as part of the NBC Olympics team. Overall look/concept designed in-house by Art Director Dave Barton; team led by Phil Paully, Art Director John Schleef and Creative Director Mark Levy.

Open for a show about mysteries surrounding crimes against college students. Based on designs by Jeffery Dunaj, the package features continuous paper textures, highlighter fields, news articles & home photos. These elements appear and vanish within layers that continuously uncover each other.

Directors Cut of a promo for E!'s Live from the Red Carpet coverage of the Primetime Emmy Awards. Starting from a requested reference to their mic flags, the promo is designed to highlight the extensive nature and excitement of their coverage while staying true to the network brand.

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Various elements for NBC's coverage of the 2012 London Olympic Games, created on-site in London as part of the NBC Olympics team led by Phil Paully, Art Director John Schleef and Creative Director Mark Levy. Overall look/concept designed in-house by Dave Barton.

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