A poster advertising a museum exhibit celebrating the legacy of Vince Dooley.

Legacy: Vince Dooley


Vince Dooley was a coach, athletic director, gardener, and historian. He is best known as the former head football coach of the University of Georgia.

In celebration of his life and legacy, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library curated a museum exhibit of original artifacts and rarely seen photos.

I designed, printed, and mounted all graphics for the exhibit and created the pitch deck that was presented to the Dooley family for approval. I collaborated with Jason Hasty, UGA Athletics History Specialist, to develop the visual identity of the exhibit and plan case layouts.

Notable Press:

Proposed color palettes.
Moodboard – I derived the color palette from photographs of Vince Dooley (both professional and personal) to authentically portray his story and legacy.
Click arrows to view the slide deck presented to the Dooley family.
The process of cropping and mounting the main poster for the exhibit.
A timeline of photographs of Dooley throughout his life. Label: Vince Dooley. September 4 1932 to October 28 2022.
Costume case containing Dooley's Auburn sweater at the center. The printed timeline fills the bottom of the case.
Barbara Dooley (wife of Vince Dooley) and Jason Hasty (UGA Athletics History Specialist)
A top view of a table case containing various artifacts and photos from Dooley's life.
An overview of the rotunda gallery that holds the exhibit.
Three panels with a continuous image of Dooley and quotes on each panel.
The quote panels, printed and mounted on a wall in the exhibit.
An interactive fan space in the exhibit.
A laptop displaying Hargrett Library's webpage promoting the exhibit.
An iPhone displaying Hargrett Library's Instagram promoting the exhibit.