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Project: "The Planetary Report, December Solstice 2015"
Company:Hearken Creative
Designer(s): Loren A. Roberts, Hearken Creative, United States
Category: , Professional
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Entry Description: The Planetary Report is the internationally-recognized flagship magazine of the Planetary Society, featuring insightful articles and gorgeous photos to provide comprehensive coverage of discoveries on Earth and other planets. The quarterly magazine reaches members of the Society all over the world, with news about planetary missions, spacefaring nations, intrepid explorers, planetary science controversies and the latest findings in humankind's exploration of the solar system. The magazine is an exclusive benefit for Planetary Society members. "Loren gave our 31-year-old magazine a beautiful new look," said Bill Nye, executive director of the Planetary Society. "Beautiful pictures just jump out at you, and the text is mysteriously easier than before to read. We are delighted with his work."

About the Designer/Company
Associate Producer in charge of post production for the feature film "Not That Funny" (with Tony Hale and Bridgid Brannagh) with Boulevard Pictures, Roberts' continued collaboration with director Lauralee Farrer includes the award-winning documentaries "The Fair Trade" (2008) and "Laundry and Tosca" (2005). He wore many hats for the two documentaries, including assistant editor, sound recordist and editor, composer, and post-production supervisor. The most progressive kind of independent artist, Roberts has mastered many of the creative elements of filmmaking as cameraman, sound designer, editor, and graphic designer. His filmmaking has taken him throughout Asia - in Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Japan - for international clients, as well as locations throughout the United States. Roberts owns Hearken Creative Services (HCS), a multi-disciplinary creative firm. Under the aegis of HCS since 1993, Roberts has partnered with clients such as USC, Fuller Theological Seminary, World Vision, and museums and botanical gardens in the Greater Los Angeles area, bringing a classic aesthetic to film, print, online, and multimedia advertising. Roberts graduated from Occidental College with a degree in Religious Studies, is a professional studio musician (keyboards), plays in a rock-and-roll cover band, and has produced and engineered several folk/rock albums.