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Jordan Pomazon
Graphic Designer/Consultant
Sample Portfolio 2016


“Snow” - Movie Logo, props and crew collateral

NEHA - Office forms and business cards

Typographic Prints - Selections from “Speech” series

Monster Stickers - Comission for Pig Kicker Stickers

Personal Work - Gallery Posters

Personal Work (cont.) - Various T-shirt designs

By Jordan Pomazon

Azusa, CA - Snow Anderson,
reputable activist lawyer
in California courts, has
been given the custody
of a four-year-old girl by
the state this Wednesday.
Anderson, known for her
victories in various cases of
social and environmental
reform, is no stranger to the
world of cases and causes and
has taken one of them very
close to heart. “It’s truly a
blessing to be given the chance
to raise a child” Anderson says,
showing a rare glimpse of the
woman outside the courtroom.
The 4-year-old girl, Sophie,
was taken by social services
at the age of two after her
biological mother was charged
with dealing drugs from her
apartment two years ago.
“We needed to get Sophie
out of there” said Norman
Rockwell of Child Services on
the decision to remove . “When
a parent can’t take care of
themselves like that, it’s when
a child is in the greatest risk.”
The child’s grandmother could
not be reached for comment.

Snow Anderson, with her foster daughter Sophie.

Anderson met young Sophie
shortly after the events
unfolded and decided to offer
the child a home soon after.
“When I met Sophie for
the first time, I fell in love
with her instantly.” Anderson
said, recalling the events two
years ago. “I’ve seen what
happens to kids in situations
like these and I didn’t want
to see it happen to her.”
The decision to leave
Sophie in Anderson’s care was
not made easily or quickly by
social services, who looking

into other potential caretakers
for the young girl, including
the child’s grandmother. Still,
the lawyer fought for custody
of the child and was awarded
it after a year of frequent
court dates on and off the job.
“I’m ready to be a parent.”
Anderson says to the questions
on taking care of young
Sophie. “I’m not going into this
thinking it’s going to be easy,
I imagine it’ll be the toughest
job in my life but I think that
the challenge will be worth it.”
continued on page B3

Snow Anderson

Legal Representation
for Child Support, Alimony, and Custody
616 Nicholas Avenue
Glendora CA 91702




















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