El Corazon’s Tex-Mex Fare Captures the Hearts of Oak Cliff Residents
The Cuellar ladies (photography by Elizabeth Ygartua) Someone’s been tinkering with classic Tex-Mex. No need to panic, though; it’s the Cuellars. After
I’m craving their stuffed avocado. Delish.
Besides laying out the papers and editing photos, I also create our classified ads. The smallest we run is a 1 col. x 1 inch ad, and the largest a 2x2. Here’s a few of my favorite recent ads. A couple are spec ads that we’re hoping clients will buy. Ahead of our change to a new size and monthly delivery format next year, we’re trying to up the number of classifieds we run up to 3 pages. Theoretically I could be making a lot more classifieds in the near future. Interested in buying one? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preston Hollow People and the Park Cities People Sports section, aka my baby
I loved all the photos by our staff photographer Chris McGathey this week. This was his last week with us and I’d say he did himself justice. Such a great sense of light in the St. Mark’s photos. We’ll miss him dearly.
This week was the first week I designed the whole both papers and the Sports section. My boss is going out of town next week and wanted to make sure I could handle it.
Found this page for which I received an Honorable Mention for News Page/Spread design from the National Scholastic Press Assoc. in 2008 among my files. It’s always fun to look back.
New Cattle Baron’s Ball house ad
Last year we didn’t get the chance to run the house ad I made. Luckily I saved the art to revamp into this ad to tease this year’s special section.
Latest house ad mockup. We’ll see if it gets approved. InDesign was being a beech today. Sometimes I think it likes to stall just to aggravate me.