Faith Haney specializes in graphic design and video to promote a greater awareness of natural and cultural resources. Faith has been an artist all her life, and an archaeologist since 1995. As a specialist in artifact illustration and field mapping, Faith soon added video to her tool-belt. Her projects have ranged from story-boarding to branding, videography to artifact illustration.
Software applications used for graphics and video work include: Final Cut HD, MPEG Streamclip, DVD Studio, Soundtrack, GarageBand, ArcGIS, Photoshop, Illustrator, Freehand, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Quicktime Pro, Flash, iMovie, GoLive, and Dreamweaver.
The Piscataway Tribe
Lehrman Cameron Studio
The Archaeology Channel
Puget Sound Energy
Historical Research Associates
Society for American Archaeology
National Parks Conservation Assn.
Gary Wesson and Associates
Applied Archaeological Research
Paragon Research Associates
Western Shore Heritage Services
Northwest Archaeological Association
Central Washington University
The Anathema Project
Diversified Field Services
2007 SOURCE Award
Outstanding Poster Presentation (Graduate Student), Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) – for the poster titled, The Shipwreck Austria: An Historical and Archaeological Investigation on the Olympic Peninsula Pacific Coast.
2004 American Institute of Graphic Arts Trapeze Award
A portfolio competition to distinguish the top nine up-and-coming graphic designers in the Northwest.
2004 Steve Renick Memorial Scholarship - Book Builder's West
Book design award for the redesign of Paulo Coelho’s “The Alchemist.”