Lewis Center for the Arts Posters
The Lewis Center for the Arts serves Princeton University through the presentation of more than 100 public performances, exhibitions, readings, film screenings and lectures. It's the job of the LCA communications department to promote these events by developing a visual identity which includes physical and digital posters. I often join graphic designer Tracy Paterson to incorporate original photography into the designs. We work with students, faculty, staff and guest artist to deliver a finished product to draw a diverse, engaged audience from the university and surrounding community. Below are a few of my favorites.
A poster promoting "The Chinese Lady" featuring woman's portrait with floral blue pattern on face

This poster for The Chinese Lady, a show that centers on Afong Moy, allegedly the first Chinese woman in America, won Tracy Patterson a Circle of Excellence Case award.

Person in formal wear wearing a horse mask with hooves as feet standing on a headline that says HORSEMANSHIP

Worked with Princeton Arts Fellow Will Davis on this portrait used to promote his new musical-in-progress HORSEMANSHIP.

A poster featuring promoting Two May Be One on Feb. 20, 21, 22 at 8:30 p.m. featuring an image feet wearing silly socks dangling above three faces looking in a variety of directions.

two may be one: A New Dance Piece by Sofia Bisogno and Aleksandra Kostic

A poster with text Athens, Georgia features closeup of hands with skull ring holding a golden guitar

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and Princeton Professor Paul Muldoon provided the guitar and the skull ring for the photograph to promote his new show, Athens, Georgia.

vintage portrait of 5 women next to red title text that reads The Hello Girls

Poster promoting The Hello Girls features a portrait of the lead performers in the production. 

poster promoting performances of Felon: An American Washi Tale on March 2-4, 2023

I documented the creation of Felon and one of my many photos was used on posters and promotional materials including electronic billboards and banners.

poster featuring a group of dancers for their senior dance show, dissonance, performing March 24-25

I shot dozens of variations of portraits, group photos and shadows to create this image to promote a senior collaborative dance concert. Tracy Patterson produced the final image composite.

I created the portrait for this poster promoting a virtual version of the Princeton Dance Festival during the age of social distancing and COVID.

A poster promoting a collective circus project take care features performers in bathub, sitting in aerial hoop, and seated on stage floor

Collective Circus Project: Take Care led by Princeton senior Ruth Schultz ’22.

A poster featuring two dancers onstage in casual clothes with the words Spring 2002 End of Semester Showings
A poster promoting Hotel On Fremont features an image of students in leather and black club clothes stand on stairwell

The students from Hotel on Fremont wanted to portray a mysterious pop-punk, nightclub vibe in their group photo.

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