University of the West Indies Faculty and Annual Reports

UWI’s Year in Review

Category: Corporate Publishing – Annual Reports, Faculty Reports, Performance Reports
Client: University of the West Indies
Year: 2019–2020

Logo Design

Real Estate Sales Brochures

The Meadows

Sporting Icons Resorts

Au Ciaque

Flow “Inside Columbus” Newsletters


Celebrating your Employees in Style!

Category: Corporate Publishing
Client: Columbus Communications (Flow)
Year: 2015
When local cable provider Flow asked us to create newletters for their staff, we did so with a flourish: the first one was a newsletter presented to employees in a water bottle (Flow – water – get it?) and the second was a detachable newsletter in a hardcover notebook that staff could use for their own purposes. The design of the second newsletter was around “going to the movies” – which is one aspect of cable TV. Get your popcorn ready!


University of Trinidad & Tobago’s ‘Righting the Future’ Campaign

The ‘Righting the Future’ is an inaugural branding image campaign that we created for UTT at their increption. In that year, we gave a name to and launched the Tamana Intech Park, as well as organised the first graduation ceremony at O’Meara Campus.

Ramps Corporate Identity Manual

In 2014, Ramps Customs Logistics was growing from its base in Trinidad to other locations in the Caribbean, and asked us for a CI manual to pass around its various office locations.

View the Ramps Corporate Identity Manual

In 2016, we were asked by Ramps to conduct market research and to develop a new look and feel for their brand. Based on our research findings, we developed three design suggestions for them. Here are some of the visual highlights!



Masonic Education Exhibit

For the Inauguration of the Continued Masonic Education Collection in 2004 at Port of Spain’s Heritage Library, we put together an exhibition to show the origins of the craft of Freemasonry in the last decades of the 18th century, its development and its principal personalities. Using a wide assortment of regalia and ritual objects, the exhibition educated visitors about this long-standing fraternal organisation.