The Burbank Water and Power Clearance Tree Trimming Project was achieved during my time as a Graphic Design intern at the utility. The initiative itself was for BWP to trim trees in residential areas, located mostly in the hills of Burbank, that may impact powerlines and ultimately cause fires. In order to get the word out into the city, I was tasked with creating collateral for the various project managers through finalizing the Communication Plan for this measure, designing graphics depicting the action's impacted area and the safety distance between trees and powerlines, and producing door hangers to be left at the residents' property in the event they were absent during the utility's visit to trim their trees. The graphics were made using Adobe Illustrator, keeping the goal of simplicity as well as the BWP branding and color scheme in mind. In addition, the Communication Plan and the resident letters were laid out using Adobe InDesign, wherein the graphics I had created prior would then be inserted as a visual aid to the textual explanation. This was one of my favorite assignments at the company, especially because this was the first one that I had been left in charge for entirely (of course under the supervision of my wonderful bosses), and seeing my work displayed online for everyone to see, as well as knowing thousands of residents received my work in their mailbox, was gratifying.