Assured Ventures

My dad has his own company, Assured Ventures LLC., and he asked me if I would want to help create a website for him! His business is a Interim CFO service, financial consulting firm, and investing company, so he wanted to make sure that the idea of navigating and stability were clearly shown. We also talked about how he wanted the website to look very professional, but to be much more interesting than the typical financial company’s website. I am a strong believer that a website  leaves a huge impression on people, and it can make or break your image. There are far too many websites out there that are terrible and instantly turn me off from whatever the website is for. I wanted to make sure that the website I created for my dad fit all of these things and left a good impression on potential clients and helps drive more business to his company!

If you want to check out what the website looks like visit http://www.assuredventures.com and if you think of anyone that could benefit from my dad’s services please contact him!

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Marketing Project

Earlier this summer I helped out on a completely new kind of project for me! I was the Marketing Director for a new musical, Invincible, that was written by an undergrad in the music school here at ASU! It was an amazing project and I am so happy that I got to be a part of it. My job as the Marketing Director was to create posters and flyers advertising the musical, create the programs, a thank you board for our sponsors, and to put together other promotional materials such as tshirts and stickers. It was a great experience, and it was really interesting getting to be a part of the world of theater and work with so many talented people (many of which are my close friends!). Also during the final week of rehearsals I ended up lending a helping hand in a number of unexpected ways. I helped paint the set, sew some costumes, and did projection artwork for the backdrop! Being able to help out on a completely student run production like this in so many diverse ways really made me realize just how important it is that I am staying well rounded with my skill sets. Here is a sample of my work for Invincible!

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cast photo poster

The stained glass building projection artwork in the back was my work also!
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Programs in the form of scrolls!

The show went really well and over 1,000 people attended over the course of the three showings!

I really hope that I can do work like this again in the future, so if you need some marketing work done or know someone who does, let me know because I would be more than happy to help!!