A quickly-aging population, the Good Shepherd Sisters turned to Burgess to develop a piece that told their story and helped them recruit the next generation to serve. With a reverence for their work, we created a piece that showed that the life of a sister is far from dull and could be the most rewarding career of a lifetime.
After statewide research showed that Mainers want straight talk from people just like them, Burgess went out and found real colorectal cancer survivors in Maine to "star" in a new campaign to promote colon cancer screenings for persons over 50. While research uncovered many barriers to getting screen after listening to the survivor's stories it because obvious the reasons to get screened are far more compelling.
Our brochure communicates MEMIC's passion for creating safe workplaces by asking the reader to consider the gap left by a worker out with an injury. Not your typical insurance company, MEMIC Indemnity provides its clients with the tools and support needed to improve workplace safety. With powerful photography and compelling copy the brochure clearly illustrates what's at stake.