Southern DC3 Newsletter, Spring 2007, pages 2 & 3.

Southern DC3 Newsletter

Issue 1, Spring 2007

The multicolumn layout makes for an easy read and a flexible format that packs in plenty of information per page. Photography, illustration and other graphics make the newsletter more visually appealing and encouraging people to either dip into the articles that interest them first or read the newsletter from end to end.
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Southern DC3 Charitable Trust donations prospectus, Help us reach for the sky, Front cover.

Southern DC3 Trust prospectus & promotional materials

Patron Richie McCaw chats with Dave Horsburgh on the cover of The Southern DC3 Trust “Help us reach for the sky” fundraising prospectus I designed and published in 2006–7.

My role was as Creative Director of the Trust and Mac operator, providing all creative services, photography and the desktop publishing of all print collateral. This provision of goods, branding and brand management services was under the auspices of Pionair Adventures for whom I was in-house Creative Designer at the time.
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Convair CV580 VH-PDV, dynamic air-to-air view, newly refurbished and sporting the new specialised Pionair aircraft ‘fluid’ livery’.

Logo in the sky: Pionair

Pionair logo Working for Pionair Aviation in the old Air Force Tower at the Wigram Airfield in Christchurch, New Zealand and at Sydney Bankstown Airport in Australia, my strength at creating powerful brands that flow across all print and web media as well as hands-on skills with 3D objects and sign graphics was put to good use.
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Convair CV580 Cabin Safety Instructions Card, front cover, hand-held

Convair CV580 safety on board card

Pionair logoPionair in both New Zealand and Australia was simultaneously an airline that specialised in private air charter and air cargo and a ‘best in class’ tour operator. At the start of 2007 Pionair owned 4 passenger Convair CV580 aircraft and two dedicated air cargo Convair. One passenger Convair operated in New Zealand out of Christchurch Harewood (operations having moved from Wigram in 2006) the other three, and the freighters operated in Australia from Sydney Bankstown airport and several others along the eastern seaboard, from Tasmania to Queensland.
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