I teamed up with an old buddy from college to help him brand and package his small brewing operation. Centered around winter, I looked toward vintage W.P.A posters for inspiration and style.
Warlock Athletics came to me looking for something tough, yet different to differentiate them from the other affiliated CrossFits around the country. It was an extremely fun name to work with and creating a character to go along with the name and branding, only made it better.
Miss Becca's is a small dance studio that wanted a fresh rebrand prior to opening a second location. It was a pleasure working on a "dancey" logo because I got to take a more whimsical and fancy approach than I usually do.
After seeing a bunch of Fonts.com Hero images, made by designers I look up to, I figured I'd contact them and ask if I could take part. I got a very swift response and they allowed me to have some fun with it and I came up with this. It was a pleasure being associated with the aforementioned designers and of course the name: Fonts.com!
I've seen some enamel pins floating around the designosphere so I figured I'd try my hand at making one. I couldn't be more pleased with the outcome. It truly is amazing holding a tangible thing in your hand, especially when it started off as a sketch. Available to purchase soon!
Worked on these cool little guys while working at Mark & Phil in Poughkeepsie. It was super fun developing characters for a brand and keeping the colors uniform throughout. Building GIFs in Photoshop was something new for me too!
It was a complete pleasure working with these ladies from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on their new identity. They had such a fun, unique vision for their party planning business. I helped them develop brand visuals and a logo that connected their aesthetic to their service. Using one of the tin-tile patterns from the ceiling, I came up with a circular logo that worked well on many applications.
A variety of invites and save the dates I had the pleasure of creating. It's always so fun to translate someones vision and make their special day amazing in every way.
Various logos for an array of clients.
When I'm working on projects for myself, I seem to open my brain to many different facets of design. I love picking a theme or a new style, and just diving in. I usually learn something along the way, and there's never anything wrong with that.