Duration: 3 weeks
Role: Production Designer
The National Geographic Photography Seminar held at the iconic National Geographic headquarters in Washington, DC, brought together a congregation of the world's most inspirational photographers. The event aimed to foster connections, facilitate the exchange of creative ideas, and celebrate the profound impact of photography on reshaping perspectives and changing the world. Due to unforeseen staffing constraints, the Nat Geo team sought external assistance, and my contribution as a remote production designer played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of this important event.
Upon initial in-person engagement, I undertook a comprehensive understanding of the event's theme, objectives, and the Nat Geo brand guidelines. This laid the foundation for my collaboration with the Nat Geo Creative Director and Art Director.
My contributions as a remote production designer were instrumental in overcoming their staffing challenges and achieving a seamless blend of creative excellence and logistical execution. The National Geographic Photography Seminar was brought to life through an array of visually captivating print and digital assets that enhanced the ambiance of the event.
The National Geographic Photography Seminar stands as a testament to the transformative potential of collaboration and creativity. Through my responsive and accountable approach, we were able to bridge the gap and contribute to the success of an event that celebrated the artistry and impact of photography on a global scale.
This project exemplified the harmonious fusion of design production and purpose, reaffirming the profound influence of visual communications in shaping perceptions and uniting people around a brand.