This week I finished up some of the projects I was working on in the week prior, such as the crafts for Juicy Juice’s April Calendar. I took photographs of a coworker writing a grocery list so that it could be made into a stop-motion animation graphic. I was also able to make an April Fool’s craft, which looked like a spilled ice cream cone. I made it out of an ice cream, paint, glue, and sprinkles. It took a few days for it to dry completely. I was also tasked with finding some stock images as well, and resizing all the images (stock and photographs) so that everything could be finalized for the content calendar. Once all that was done, most of the content for Juicy Juice for April was pretty much complete. I did have to go back and photograph some of the steps for some of the crafts, but that wasn’t too big of a deal and didn’t take up too much time. After finishing up what I had for Juicy Juice, I was able to work on some stuff for SunnyD, including a Brand Voice Book. I added some pre-written content and copy and formatted everything. This was the first time I got to use something other than Photoshop – I was able to use inDesign, which was super exciting. Afterwards, a coworker and I were tasked with getting a handful of donuts and photographing them in various spots outside the office for one of Dunkin’s new promotions. We joked that we must have looked crazy to everyone else: standing in Bryant Park taking pictures of donuts.