Yurumein: Homeland – website

Yurumein: Homeland is a documentary film produced by director Andrea Leland in 2013.

I designed the home site for the film to reflect the colorful tropic themes and hues of Caribbean culture and maintain an easy to navigate flow of information. The site was designed to also link the visitor to other films by Andrea and ways to purchase these online. She also wished to allow visitors to easily join her mailing list on Caribbean culture topics and be able to make donations to future film projects. Screenings are listed where the film is shown to a live audience both in the U.S. and abroad.

A page from the site below.

Yurumein: Homeland DVD

DVD Slipcase design for the 2014 documentary film Yurumein: Homeland. The film recounts the painful past of the Caribs on the island of St. Vincent in the Caribbean, their extermination at the hands of the British 200+ years ago, the decimation of their culture on the island, and their exile to Central America where much of that culture survived, even thrived.

View the Film on YouTube and learn more about director Andrea Leland.

View more works from my Graphic Design portfolio.

Riverview Historic District

2008 Design for neighborhood street banners in the Riverview Historic District of Kankakee, IL. Poster was created in Adobe Illustrator from wall rubbing, drawn translation and scan of actual vintage wallpaper uncovered from neighborhood home. Art Nouveau period styling. Home dates from early teens of 20th century.

Public broadcast web designs

A view of my earliest web page designs, still favorites from my work at Public Interactive in Boston in the late 90s. Web design has come a long way!

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Charcoal on paper, 1992. Still life study.
A large drawing from the sunroom of my apartment during college days in art school.
Hats (like the one hanging off the canvas in background) have always been a favorite clothing item!

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