Moved into an apartment on Main Street in Salem this weekend.
After the last club's garden was tactfully buried, it has taken a year for a few dedicated students and staff to find a new plot. It's just a fence after today, but it's a beautiful space and I'm very excited to see it develop and grow.
I spent the day running between the garden space and my dorm room, editing photos and working on a new logo for the club. One the things we're concerned about is communicating with both the college and Salem community and involving them in the development of the garden. My task, therefore, is to provide us with consistent branding and a presence on social media.
Looking back on old creations is really helpful and teaches me a quite a bit about myself.
A quick flyer designed for a professor to hand out at SeaWorld San Diego while he was there for a conference.