I designed this poster for SolarWorld to spread the word about the life saving work they were doing to bring clean drinking water to refugees in Uganda and Tanzania using solar power.
I designed all the collateral for the 2017 Smart Hustle Magazine Small Business Conference held in NYC. I developed the look for the whole package to pair nicely with the black, yellow and white theme I created for his magazine with the addition of the high angle photos of NYC skylines. The vendor that printed these custom badges were so impressed with the design that they asked if they could use these designs in their internal marketing efforts.
I designed all the collateral for the 2017 Smart Hustle Magazine Small Business Conference held in NYC. I developed the look for the whole package to pair nicely with the black, yellow and white theme I created for his magazine with the addition of the high angle photos of NYC skylines. This handout was given to all attendees with the speakers and agenda.
I designed all the collateral for the 2017 Smart Hustle Magazine Small Business Conference held in NYC. I developed the look for the whole package to pair nicely with the black, yellow and white theme I created for his magazine with the addition of the high angle photos of NYC skylines. The stage banners and step-and-repeat banners all tied the theme together.
The client wanted to promote their ususal services, but focus more on their target market, millennials. I chose the photo and color palette to reflect that generation and their love of technology.
This flyer was designed as part of a marketing package for a selling program for realtors. Each location had a customized version for their teams.
The client gave me open range to develop the concept, write copy and design a new ad campaign for a furniture business publication. I came up with this lightbulb concept to convey the “smart idea” or “smart choice” concept. The lightbulb itself contained illustrations that I created of each of the product categories they cater to.
My client was attending the Vancouver Brewfest and requested I design an ad that carried through the same brewpub vibe. They wanted a simple, clean design that showed some of their products, but was visually appealing.
In addition to the print ad, my client asked me to design a set of simple banners for their exhibit tent at the Vancouver Brewfest. I designed these to have a bit of a Bavarian beer style.
I was given an ugly spreadsheet of data by the client and asked to design an infographic that clearly outlined the carry capabilities of their entire line of railcars that was visually appealing. This infographic was then used in reports and presentations for several meetings.
The client asked me for an infographic that easily explained the process for getting content translated by their system. They wanted something that matched the color palette and fonts on the website.
The client was opening a new office and wanted a clean, sophisticated invitation to send out to real estate agents. I used black and white combined with the red in their logo to help create an upscale look.
The client wanted a redo of their previous business card with an illustration of a barber chair. I recreated the illustration with a fresh new design, including the barber pole and fresh font choices. He was thrilled with the result and now loves this new design more than the original, saying “Somehow you always make the ordinary exceptional.”
The client recently had their logo redesigned and wanted all new collateral using the new design. I created a package of business cards, letterhead and envelopes, as well as new brochures, that paired nicely with this new look.
In addition to redesigning all the company’s collateral, I came up with fresh new designs for their set of trifold brochures. This design is something that will be handed out to realtors and new home buyers for services they may need during the transactions. I carried the same color palette from the new logo made photo style choices that reflected the new design on their website.
The client needed a new design for an upcoming magazine ad. They wanted something that portrayed the tough construction guys using the product, but that had a little bit of tongue in cheek to it. We ended up using 2 of the models from the concepts so they had a series of ads.
I created an 8.5x11 flyer for the Craft Brewers Conference that Glacier Tanks could hand out to clients with show-only specials.
The client needed large format window graphics for their new retail store. Most of the windows are upwards of 8 feet and needed to work across multiple glass panels. I also designed a graphic for their front door.
I worked with a local tactical supply company, helping them develop their identity for a new retail division. Their business cards reflects this same creative direction.
I created an 8.5x11 flyer that Greystone Tactical could hand out as an invite to an after party at a recent trade show.
A promotional company asked me to design a prom-themed flyer to help highlight items for prom season for their sales team.
I designed this tri-fold brochure for a family, u-pick farm to highlight their events and offerings. They wanted something bright and colorful to reflect the cheery, kid-friendly atmosphere.
I designed a Halloween-themed flyer for an east coast family farm to highlight their annual pumpkin carving display.
I created an 11x6 direct mail piece for Lookout Farm to help promote their new farm market. They wanted the design to be fresh and colorful. This was part of an entire branding effort I did for the company.
After redesigning the logo, the Portland Tri Club needed a revamped flyer to advertise their newly acquired race series. The flyer was designed to tie in the club colors and better reflect the style of open water swim racing.
The Clackamas Cove Triathlon was a new event started in 2013 by a fellow triathlete. He asked me to design the logo, website, postcards, brochures and race t-shirts. I developed the entire brand identity for the race.
After I developed a new logo for Sadowitz Veterinary Acupuncture, I created a flyer to help promote her business. She wanted a theme that could help demystify the elusive nature of veterinary acupuncture for the average client, so we explored using Bigfoot.
I was in charge of developing the brand identity for CycleSport, an online bicycle retailer. Part of this was designing bike jerseys and water bottles.
Walsh & Walsh Chartered Accountants, along with Evans & Company Family Lawyers, JLD Strategies and McGrath Estate Agents were hosting a polo event and needed an invitation. They requested an upscale invitation with an illustrative style. With detailed instructions and clear design ideas, I was able to create a sophisticated invitation, then created a new version for each of the partners.
The client in Australia was so pleased with the design for the previous year's invitation, that they asked me to design this year's as well. This year we went with a more photographic style since they had some great photos from last year's event. My design was inspired by all the Argyle pants.