Visual storytelling for one of Western Canada’s biggest summer events

I served as design lead at Echo Storytelling Agency to create the visual story for the Pacific National Exhibition’ corporate history book 100 Years of Fun. I served as chief picture researcher and editor, sourced, sleuthed and uncovered images from multiple public and private sources, and helped to design the visual story along with the editorial and production team. I was directly responsible for the design and layout, as well as sourcing and overseeing offshore print production.


The full colour, hard cover book is 276 pages plus four gate-fold feature spreads and took just over a year to complete.