World Wildlife Fund – The Nature of Risk

World Wildlife Fund – The Nature of Risk

A 50-page exploratory report on nature- and climate-related risk to business dependent on natural capital and ecosystem services: The Nature of Risk: A Framework for Understanding Nature-Related Risk to Business.

Download the full PDF here.

Women & Justice Project

Women & Justice Project

We’ve recently finished the branding and website for a new client, the Women & Justice Project (WFP) and are currently working on a series of infographics on women’s incarceration in the U.S. 

GALvanize USA

GALvanize USA

We recently created the logo, printed collateral, and website for GALvanize USA. Our client is on a three-year plan to create organizing tools and strategies that support white women to develop the political knowledge and confidence needed to advance agendas that work for all of us. Stay tuned!

Mainstreaming Potable Water Reuse in the United States

Mainstreaming Potable Water Reuse in the United States

Out client, Meridian Institute worked with U.S. EPA Region 9, ReNUWIt, The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread, and Paradigm Environmental to provide stakeholder outreach, facilitation, and report writing support for a workshop focused on identifying strategies for overcoming institutional barriers to potable water reuse.

The final report, Mainstreaming Potable Water Reuse in the United States: Strategies for Leveling the Playing Field, aims to is intended to developed from the discussions will inform both the ongoing dialogue about potable water reuse, as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and other agencies’ understanding of the complexities of existing institutional barriers.

To download the full PDF, follow the link here.

Maternal and Infant Mental Health

Maternal and Infant Mental Health

Maternal and Infant Mental Health (MIMH) Innovation Day, a working paper on the interconnection between parent and infant during the perinatal and postpartum phase of life.

For more information about MIMH and to see the full PDF, follow the link here.

Speak Up for Kids

Speak Up for Kids

The Child Mind Institute commissioned us to create a New York City advertising campaign for their Speak Up for Kids campaign. We photographed the subjects in our studio and created custom illustrations that reflected their hopes and dreams. The ads appeared on billboards and bus kiosks across Manhattan and Brooklyn.