I developed this graphic to promote the issue brief “To Save and Not to Destroy: Severability, Judicial Restraint, and the Affordable Care Act” written by CAC Director of the Human Rights, Civil Rights, and Citizenship Program’s David H. Gans and jointly published by CAC and the American Constitution Society.
I designed this explainer document on congressional oversight to serve as the lead magnet for one of CAC’s email marketing campaigns.
I designed this graphic as part of the overall social media messaging for the blog “CAC’s Work With Members Of Congress As Friends Of The Court.” The image was published on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging marking the 46th anniversary of the Saturday Night Massacre.
I wrote a Halloween-themed blog for CAC, which was published on the organization’s website. I also designed a social media campaign to accompany the blog. Full text: Since he first took office, pop culture writers have likened President Trump’s rise to power as a plotline from a scary movie, with one writer for the Los […]
I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging urging CAC’s audiences to submit a comment with the Department of Housing and Urban Development not to gut the disparate impact tool, which prevents financial institutions, insurance companies, and housing providers from engaging in covert discriminatory practices.
I designed this graphic as part of the social media messaging produced to accompany the publication of the 2019 iteration of CAC’s longterm study of the Chamber of Commerce’s success rate before the Supreme Court.
As part of CAC’s virtual Constitution Day rally, I filmed and edited this video to kick off the #ConstitutionalMoment social media campaign.
I designed this as part of CAC’s overall social media messaging surrounding congressional oversight.
Photo of CAC’s Summer 2019 Interns (from left to right: Madison Needham, Alexandra Butler, Josh Feinzig, Daniel Polonsky).