I think I should start sharing the various invitations, audio visual presentations, etc, that I am tasked to do for my various clients.
Recently, however, I haven't been having that many clients because I have been quite busy with internship plus I just had my surgery not too long ago, but if doctors from the hospital I am having my internship asks, then surely I can accommodate their requests.
So, AUFMC Department of Internal Medicine, the department I have closely affiliated with ever since my medical school days, asked me to make an invitation and couple of AVP's. Since I know them so well, I decided not to charge.
First off, I will share the invitation; since the theme of the party is Disney, we got Mickey here in his Santa costume, and you'd notice the Disney logo is changed in order to be in tuned with the Christmas theme and it being held by AUFMC Internal Medicine.
Mickey Mouse is a trademark of Disney, and this was used in fair use, and like I said, I am not being paid for this, so there is no monetary gain. Don't sue me Disney! =] I love you.
Next is the AVP for the Christmas party... It is to supposedly introduce the Disney characters to build up the hype for the party's theme.
Here is how it looks like:
Lastly, the party has a talent show; yes, there will be judges and contestants to battle it out with their talents, be it singing, dancing, and whatnot. The AVP I planned for the talent show was a commercial of sorts.
And this is how it looks like:
With that, I am thankful that my designs and renders were wholeheartedly accepted without that much revisions other than the date and location of the event.
This makes me want to get back into working for clients again. It is always nice to interact with the clients, give your ideas, ask for their's, and when you release your draft and they love it, you feel a sense of pride.
I am looking forward to the party, but I am not sure if I can be taking photos during the event due to my recovery from my knee surgery.
Here's hoping I can do so...
Time will tell...