The Morning Leak November Recap

Last month we decided to try out a different date for Morning Leak and ended up having a huge turnout—including some new faces as well as our much appreciated regular attendees at CoWork Jax! 

During the session, we had the privilege of seeing work from photographer Tiffany Manning, who shared her commercial photography that was printed on bus-wraps as well as her new studio in Downtown Jacksonville.

User-experience designer, Sean Collins, walked us through his process in creating his disturbing, yet beautiful first place poster from this year’s Always Summer Poster Show. Sean also promoted Movember to raise awareness to save the face of men’s health.

Freelance print & web designer, Brittany Norris, showed us a series of posters that utilized images from her huge library of photographs taken during her many travels and presented branding and responsive web design for a local non-profit.

Last but not least, in-house corporate creative, Jesse Sison, presented a consumer-contract booklet from concept to execution that he developed at his job alongside his poster from Always Summer and a hand-constructed Iron Man suit.

Our next Morning Leak is slated for Wednesday, December 12th at CoWork Jax. If you are interested in showing some creative work, please email

New membership structure and payment options:
As a member of the Membership committee, I want to continue to make our members and AIGA supporters aware of our new membership structure! Depending on the level of involvement, you can sign up for as low as $13 a month for a year’s membership. We like to compare it to two Wendy’s lunches, that’s mega-affordable. Whether you are a student or a seasoned creative, your membership keeps our profession strong and relevant and allows our Jacksonville chapter to create great programming and invite stellar guest speakers from all over the country. To see the new flexible membership options, visit Don’t delay, sign up today!

~Jesse Sison, AIGA Jacksonville Membership Committee

By aigajacksonville
Published November 13, 2012