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Portfolio of commissioned design work and personal photography.

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  • A selection of professional work and some personal photography Fiona Duffy 087 8559277 ficreative@gmail.com
  • Antica Italian stone showcase Antica is an Irish owned company specialising in exclusive materials such as Marble, Travertine, Sandstone and Limestone. To introduce a new range of Italian stone flooring and bathroom furniture we took a selection of tiles, sinks and shower trays and photographed them set in the Irish countryside. The Italian Stone campaign consisted of a gallery launch at the RHA Gallery, a brochure, website, direct mail, press and promotional inserts.
  • Antica Italian Stone/Irish Landscape Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica Italian Stone/Irish Landscape Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica Italian Stone/Irish Landscape Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica Bonacina Furniture Range Bonacina Furniture is exclusive to Antica in Ireland. Individual pieces from their range were photographed against a variety of different stones in the Antica showroom. A range of postcards featuring the shots packaged in a custom-made box, a new press campaign and in-store imagery, successfully introduced the addition to Antica’s product offer. Whilst retaining all the brand elements, the use of a new colour palette and a subtle logo amendment refreshed Antica’s look and feel.
  • Antica Bonnaccina Furniture Range Postcard Collection Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica Bonnaccina Furniture Range Postcard Collection Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica Bonnaccina Furniture Range Postcard Collection Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica Bonnaccina Furniture Range Postcard Collection Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica The Eastern Collection Expanding their source locations, Antica introduced a new range of stones called The Eastern Collection. These products and the people featured in the campaign come from Syria, Egypt, North Africa and Jordan. Matching detailed close-ups of the stones with exotic papers, the high production values of The Eastern Collection brochure reflects the quality and freshness of the new range of stone. The campaign also features new press ads and a direct mail piece for promotional use.
  • Antica The Eastern Collection Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica The Eastern Collection Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica The Eastern Collection Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica The Eastern Collection Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica The Eastern Collection Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Antica The Eastern Collection Brochure Press In-store Imagery
  • Uncorked Off License Rebrand Uncorked sought to rebrand an established family business in conjuction with the introduction of online services. The simple typographical logotype and mission statement ‘Independently Different’ formed the basis of the rebrand. A range of direct mail pieces, brand collateral, in-store signage and the new website were produced economically and effectively.
  • Uncorked Off-Licence New Identity Stationery Brochure Direct Mail
  • Uncorked Off-Licence New Identity Stationery Brochure Direct Mail
  • Lennon Heather Solicitors Rebrand After 25 years of successful business and a move to a brand new premises on City Quay, Lennon Heather Solicitors felt it was time to rebrand and produce a new corporate brochure. The main partners are featured in locations that reflect their areas of expertise and personalities. A colourful palette complements the photography. The print finish and scale of the brochure ensured a quality finish that was very successfully received by clients and contemporaries aswell as securing design and printing awards.
  • Lennon Heather New Identity Signage Brochure
  • Lennon Heather New Identity Signage Brochure
  • Lennon Heather New Identity Signage Brochure
  • Lennon Heather New Identity Signage Brochure
  • SpeedAuthor Rebrand A text authoring company, SpeedAuthor’s original identity differentiated them from their competition with its use of burgundy and pink. Most of their competitors use a navy, blue and green palette. Whilst retaining the feel of the original colourway, the new logo is stronger and the play on the double E evokes the online nature of the company. Introducing silver and fresh layouts to all collateral have resulted in a set of brand tools that will work and develop with the growing company.
  • SpeedAuthor New Identity Stationery Brochure Trade Fair Collateral
  • SpeedAuthor New Identity Stationery Brochure Trade Fair Collateral
  • AIB Corporate Banking Brand development As a division of AIB, AIB Corporate Banking has a very structured brand palette and guidelines to work within. AIB CB required a new look and feel specific to the division that worked within the guidelines but was immediately attributable to AIB CB. Emphasising the red from the AIB logo, complementing it with silver and black, a bolder use of the AIB typefaces and a new direct copywriting style gives the entire AIB CB marketing suite a very strong cohesive look. A corporate brochure, ad suite and collateral have been produced and are now being rolled out internationally.
  • AIB Corporate Banking New department look and feel Press Ad Suite Corporate Brochure Asset Finance Brochure
  • YES AIB Corporate Banking Ireland. Something we like to say a lot. Whatever your vision, whatever sector you’re in, AIB Corporate Banking Ireland has the best people with the most creative solutions ready to say yes to you. Call us today about your business ideas. We’d love to hear them. Ronan O’Neill Head of AIB Corporate Banking Ireland AIB Corporate Banking Ireland, Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Email ronan.g.o’neill@aib.ie Tel + 353 1 641 3853 Web www.aibcorporate.com Corporate Banking Ireland Making Business Happen AIB Corporate Banking Ireland is a registered business name of Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Financial Regulator. Registered Office: Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Registered in Ireland: No. 24173 AIB Corporate Banking New department look and feel Press Ad Suite Corporate Brochure Asset Finance Brochure
  • CAN DO AIB Corporate Banking Ireland. Right attitude business banking. We’ve got the best people. The most creative solutions. The ability to realise your visions. And the passion and dedication to make business happen, whatever sector you’re in. Call us today and see what we can do for you. Ronan O’Neill Head of AIB Corporate Banking Ireland Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Email ronan.g.o’neill@aib.ie Tel + 353 1 641 3610 Web www.aibcorporate.com AIB Corporate Banking Ireland Making Business Happen AIB Corporate Banking Ireland is a registered business name of Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Financial Regulator. Registered Office: Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Registered in Ireland: No. 24173 AIB Corporate Banking New department look and feel Press Ad Suite Corporate Brochure Asset Finance Brochure
  • AIB Corporate Banking Ireland. AIB Corporate Banking Ireland. We always find a way. That’s why you should choose us. Tap into our creative mindset. We’ve got the best people. Tap into our creative mindset. We’ve got the best people. Inspired solutions. And the ability to realise your visions. Inspired solutions. And the ability to realise your visions. Achieve your business objectives. Achieve your business objectives. Call us today and see what we can do for you. Call us today and see what we can do for you. Ronan O’Neill Head of AIB Corporate Banking Ireland Ronan O’Neill Head of AIB Corporate Banking Ireland AIB Corporate Banking Ireland, Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 AIB Corporate Banking Ireland, Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Email ronan.g.o’neill@aib.ie Tel + 353 1 641 3853 Web www.aibcorporate.com Email ronan.g.o’neill@aib.ie Tel + 353 1 641 3853 Web www.aibcorporate.com Corporate Banking Ireland Corporate Banking Ireland Making Business Happen Making Business Happen AIB Corporate Banking Ireland is a registered business name of Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Financial Regulator. AIB Corporate Banking Ireland is a registered business name of Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Financial Regulator. Registered Office: Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Registered in Ireland: No. 24173 Registered Office: Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Registered in Ireland: No. 24173 Ireland’s Premier Corporate Bank Making It Happen AIB Corporate Banking finances one of the largest European Real Estate Transactions in 2007 Senior Debt Facility to acquire Banco Santander’s Spanish Branch Portfolio. Joint Lead Underwriter of a €1.6bn Corporate Banking Ireland David Renwick Eoghan O’Neill Head of Real Estate Finance Tel: 353 1 641 1991 Senior Manager – Real Estate Finance Tel: 353 1 641 3871 AIB Corporate Banking Email: david.j.renwick@aib.ie AIB Corporate Banking Email: eoghan.t.o’neill@aib.ie Making Business Happen Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. www.aibcorporate.com Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. www.aibcorporate.com AIB Corporate Banking is a registered business name of Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Financial Regulator. Registered Office: Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Registered in Ireland: No. 24173. Makin g It H appen Banking Ireland AIB Corporate Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland. 0311 T + 353 1 660 orporate.ie W www.aibc With Compliments AIB Corporate Banking Ireland Bankcentre, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Corporate Banking Ireland Ireland. T + 353 1 660 0311 W www.aibcorporate.ie Making Business Happen O’Neill in invit ing Ronan ure has pleas Ireland otate Banking AIB Corp to s ay Race the Galw Day’at August 2007 Corporate Banking Ireland ‘Ladies Thursday 2nd enclosed Itinerary Making Business Happen tio n Invita nd king Irelapen te Ban Hap Corporaing Business Mak RSVP Moore .ie Linda 641 3853 e@aib Tel 01 .moor linda.m email nd king Irelapen te Ban Hap Corporaing Business Mak Corpo rate Makin Banking g Bus Ir iness H eland appen AIB Corporate Banking New department look and feel Press Ad Suite Corporate Brochure Asset Finance Brochure
  • The Convention Centre, Dublin New Identity, Brand Collateral The Convention Centre Dublin is Ireland’s new world-class, purpose-built international conference and event venue, scheduled to open in September 2010. The landmark building was designed by Pritzker award-winning Irish architect Kevin Roche, and features a stunning glass fronted atrium running the full height of the building. The new logo reflects the shape and lightness of the glass cylinder as do the typography and sophisticated colours. A large format delegate pack and brochure were produced that will be sent out to potential coventioneers and delegates internationally.
  • Convention Centre Dublin New Identity Brochures Folder Press
  • THE IRELAND YOU’LL WANT TO TAKE HOME Louise Kennedy Crystal Stephen Pearce Pottery Whether you’re browsing or buying, there’s famous worldwide and in recent years has plenty to catch your eye in Dublin’s stylish started to include stylish designer lines from shopping district around Grafton Street. the likes of John Rocha and Louise Kennedy. Ireland is renowned for its knitwear, pottery The name Newbridge was once synonymous and crystal glassware. You’ll find traditional with cutlery but now it’s the brand name for Irish knitwear such as Aran sweaters alongside a stunning range of Irish silver jewellery. contemporary fashion knitwear from designers If you love design with flair, you’re sure to such as Orla Kiely and Lainey Keogh. Irish find something beautiful to take home from crystal from Waterford and Kilkenny is your trip to Dublin. Lainey Keogh fashion Convention Centre Dublin New Identity Brochures Folder Press
  • THE ART OF THE MATTER Irish people have a passion for art of all It all begins with the National Gallery of Art lovers can also discover a large number kinds and you’ll find that reflected in the Ireland on Merrion Square where you’ll of varied and interesting smaller galleries many museums, galleries and art shops find a huge collection of some of the most including Hugh Lane Gallery, The Chester throughout the capital. interesting pieces in Europe. From there, Beatty Library, The Green Gallery, Gallery head to the Irish Museum of Modern Art, of Photography, Temple Bar Gallery and which houses a wide array of more modern Studios and many more. art and sculpture. Gary Hume’s Golden Snowman at IMMA Convention Centre Dublin New Identity Brochures Folder Press
  • Topsource Recruitment New Identity, Brand Collateral Topsource Recruitment was created as a temporary recruitment agency within Eircom. The simple typographical solution and circular device work well across all pieces of collateral; a workbook, folders, signage and stationery.
  • Topsource Recruitment New Identity Brochure Folder
  • Topsource Recruitment New Identity Brochure Folder
  • New Brands Ocean, O’Hea PR
  • Ocean Brand Opportunities New Identity Brochure Signage Collateral
  • Ocean Brand Opportunities New Identity Brochure Signage Collateral
  • Posters/Invites/Books Lauren Begaun theatre poster Charity Ball poster/Invite Be poster India book cover
  • Lauren Begaun Theatre Poster Direct Mail Programme Web Advertising
  • BALL 25 May ’07 hosted by... & supported by... Marian Shoes of Spain In aid of Kildare Suicide Bereavement Support Group & Nas na Riogh Housing Association Charity Ball Invitation Poster
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  • Positive, Happy, Eager, Energetic, Original, Wonderful, Surprising, Joyous, Creative, Stimulating, Interested, Interesting, Inquisitive, Fearless, Honest, Good, Flawed, Unjust, Selfish, Forlorn, Callous, Bored, Boring, Loud, Quiet, Cruel, Violent, Insolent, Cunning, Sneaky, Wasteful, Neglectful, Harmful, Helpful, Noble, Gentle, Concerned, Aware, Educated, Informed, Positive, Altruistic, Big Hearted, Affectionate, Tender, Friendly, Courteous, Warm, Loving. Be Loved. Just Be. Human. Be Collective Logo Poster
  • Photography
  • Personal Christmas Angel
  • Personal Reflections, GCQ
  • Personal Asleep on the train to Tyda
  • Personal Temple at Hampi
  • Personal Jimmy at Dolphin Shanti, Om Beach, Gokarna
  • Personal Election Day (view from bus on the way to Vizag)
  • Personal Girls in Rickshaw (view from bus on the way to Vizag)
  • Personal Toilet sign, Hampi
  • Personal Ginger Kitten at Jimmy’s, Gokarna Beach
  • Personal Crow on fishing boat, Gokarna Beach
  • Personal Fishing boat and net, Gokarna beach
  • Personal Temple Shrine, Asilmetta
  • Personal Red Lunghi, Hampi
  • Personal Sweet shop, Hampi
  • Personal Water tank, Gokarna town
  • Personal Shiva picture at Assilmeta
  • Personal Ganesh poster, Hyderabad
  • Personal Doorway view, Hampi
  • Personal Lion puja,Vizag
  • Personal Sunken temple, Hampi
  • Personal Old bridge, Hampi
  • FiCreative Freelance Designer I am a very experienced graphic designer with extensive experience in corporate branding and brand implementation. I work with companies on their rebranding projects, developing a new logo, corporate look & feel, writing their new brand guidelines and implementing the new brand across brochureware, stationery, signage, website, livery, point of sale and direct mail dependent on clients’ requirements. Alternatively I work with individuals who may need a poster for a theatre show, invitations, start-up web design, or a pitch presentation. Collaberating with an extended team of photographers, copywriters, web designers, project managers and printers on a project by project basis allows me to work with individuals most suited to a particular job. Fiona Duffy 087 855 9277 ficreative@gmail.com