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Logo Design

Logo Design

Use: San Diego Based Gym Branding
Client: Box Fit San Diego
Brief: The client wanted branding for his new boxing gym that reflected the classic boxing gyms of the past but offered a modern feel. I researched old boxing gym signage and equipment as well as utilizing the New York Public libraries free image library.
Role: Freelance

Initial Business Card Design

Initial Business Card Design

Use: San Diego Based Gym Branding
Client: Box Fit San Diego
Brief: I came across these old figure drawings of boxing techniques and thought they could be a cool texture to introduce with a halftone effect; New York Public libraries free image library.
Role: Freelance

Initial Letter Head

Initial Letter Head

Use: San Diego Based Gym Branding
Client: Box Fit San Diego
Brief: I came across these old figure drawings of boxing techniques and thought they could be a cool texture to introduce with a halftone effect; New York Public libraries free image library.
Role: Freelance

Preliminary Sketches

Preliminary Sketches

Use: San Diego Based Gym Branding
Client: Box Fit San Diego
Process: My process usually consists of lots of music, image searching and getting taken down internet paths all while keeping a pen and paper very close by - doodles.
Role: Freelance

Final Business Card

Final Business Card

Use: San Diego Based Gym Branding
Client: Box Fit San Diego
Brief: This is the final business card design - the client liked the bold colors and clean lines of this version.
Role: Freelance

Final Business Card Back

Final Business Card Back

Use: San Diego Based Gym Branding
Client: Box Fit San Diego
Brief: This is the final business card design - the client liked the bold colors and clean lines of this version.
Role: Freelance

Logo Design

Logo Design

Use: Asheville Based Interior Designer
Client: Hearth & Home
Brief: The initial brief intended for the logo to be whimsical and ‘fun’. After some company shifts a more refined and ‘genderless’ mark was better suited for the company.
Role: Freelance

First Final logo

First Final logo

Use: Asheville Based Interior Designer
Client: Hearth & Home
Brief: This was the initial logo that was to be whimsical and ‘fun’.
Role: Freelance

Hearth and Home sketches

Hearth and Home sketches

Use: Asheville Based Interior Designer
Client: Hearth & Home
Brief: This is just a sample of one of many pages of script style typography and other doodles that pertained to the brand.
Role: Freelance

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Bike Kits

Bike Kits

After the logo was finished I was asked to then layout the team's bike kits and keep them consistent with Yakima Branding because they were the main sponsor.

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Logo Design

Logo Design

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Logo Design

Logo Design

Use: Portland Based Construction Co. Branding
Client: BGC Construction
Brief: Create a mark that translated the company’s bread and butter of refurbishing classic Portland homes.
Role: Freelance

Sketches

Sketches

Use: Portland Based Construction Co. Branding
Client: BGC Construction
Process: I really liked the thought of containing the mark in a strong shape. Making it feel comfortably close and inviting but in a secure figure. That led me down the use of negative space taken from shapes and lines of craftsmen style homes.
Role: Freelance

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Finished Vehicle Wrap

Finished Vehicle Wrap

May Issue

May Issue

June Issue

June Issue

July Issue

July Issue

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Some, of the preliminary doodles

Some, of the preliminary doodles

Assets

Assets

I printed the photos I wanted to use in the ad, carefully ripped them to get an ideal edge and then scanned them in to get the perfect rip line.

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Logo Design

Logo Design

Placement: Restaurant Branding
Client: Cafe Fifteen
Process: Create a logo and a series of icons to be used on the menu. The restaurant was in a town in California that played of off it’s historical train stop roots.
Role: Senior Designer

Icon Set

Icon Set

Placement: Restaurant Branding
Client: Cafe Fifteen
Process: Create a series of icons to be used on the menu.
Role: Senior Designer

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Logo Design for Boxing Gym

Logo Design for Boxing Gym

Here is a logo design I created for a San Diego based boxing gym. 

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Toolapalooza Logo

Toolapalooza Logo

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Campaign Logos (2/2)

Campaign Logos (2/2)

Campaign Logos, placeholder copy for confidentiality. 

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Exploration 1

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Industrial Supply Print Ad

Industrial Supply Print Ad

Placement: B2B Industry Mag.
Client: Industrial Supply - SLC, UT
Process: Due to low budgets, this ad and campaign was built from multiple stock photos. We brainstormed as a team the direction of “Done and Done” and built print and online ads around it.
Role: Senior Designer

Industrial Supply Print Ad 2

Industrial Supply Print Ad 2

Placement: B2B Industry Mag.
Client: Industrial Supply - SLC, UT
Process: Second installment of several in the ‘Done and Done’ Campaign.

Industrial Supply One Off

Industrial Supply One Off

Placement: B2B Industry Mag.
Client: Industrial Supply - SLC, UT
Brief: This was a one off ad that we came up as a team. The client receives much of their revenue from mining industry and this was an ode to that life.
Role: Senior designer - Headline Copy

Industrial Supply - Xray Campaign

Industrial Supply - Xray Campaign

Placement: B2B Industry Mag.
Client: Industrial Supply - SLC, UT
Brief: The client wanted to convey the message that once you created an account with them they could predict your needs, or rather “We know what you’re thinking”. Again, due to low budget this, and other placements were created from a series of stock photos.
Role: Senior Designer

Industrial Supply - Fan Made

Industrial Supply - Fan Made

Placement: Local Print Pub.
Client: Industrial Supply - SLC, UT
Brief: The client was a big supporter of the Utah Utes football team. They realize that a lot of their customers are also Ute fans and they wanted to acknowledge that.
Role: Senior Designer - Photographer

CoverPools

CoverPools

Placement: Lifestyle Publication
Client: CoverrPools - SLC, UT
Brief: Create a message to address the draught that was occurring in California. The company sells automatic pool covers and the message to convey was that the pool cover keeps the water in the pool and prevents evaporation. Compiled from stock photography.
Role: Senior Designer / Art Direrctor

CoverPools

CoverPools

Placement: Lifestyle Publications
Client: CoverPools - SLC, UT
Process: Convey the message that adding a CoverPools pool cover makes a masterpiece of your backyard.
Role: Senior Designer / Art Dierctor

Yakima Summer Catalog

Yakima Summer Catalog

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Process: Twice a year we create a consumer facing catalog that goes to dealers like REI and others. The products are rearranged per the season and we try to make it a compelling piece with both product and editorial content for consumers to take home with them.
Role: Art Director / Designer

Category Introduction

Category Introduction

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Detail: We started off each category section with a collage of items in the genre as well as user generated images from people using the hashtag ‘yakimaracks’.
Role: Photo Director / Designer

Category Introduction

Category Introduction

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Detail: Category Section page for Basecamp.
Role: Photo Director / Designer

Category Introduction

Category Introduction

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Detail: Category Section page for Cargo.
Role: Photo Director / Designer

Product Page

Product Page

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Detail: Highlighted product page within the catalog.
Role: Art Director / Designer

Product Page

Product Page

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Detail: Highlighted product page within the catalog.
Role: Art Director / Designer

Editorial Spread

Editorial Spread

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Detail: Editorial Spread (1/2)
Role: Art Director / Designer

Editorial Spread

Editorial Spread

Reach: Consumer facing - Dealerships (REI)
Client: Yakima Products
Detail: Editorial Spread (2/2)
Role: Art Director / Designer

Side Detail

Side Detail

Placement: Online Store
Client: Yakima
Role: Senior Designer

Back Detail

Back Detail

Placement: Online Store
Client: Yakima
Role: Senior Designer

Socks

Socks

Placement: Online Store
Client: Yakima
Role: Senior Designer - Created multiple color concepts and designs. I mixed classic tube sock stripes and modern color ways.

Snap Back

Snap Back

Placement: Online Store
Client: Yakima
Role: Senior Designer - Revitalized the original Yakima logo to create this throwback-snapback.

Snap Back

Snap Back

Placement: Online Store
Client: Yakima
Role: Senior Designer

Franchise Hoodie

Franchise Hoodie

Placement: Personal Online Store
Client: Myself
I had the idea to make a graphic using the word Franchise to celebrate the keeper for the Portland Thorns successful season.

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Hoodie Detail

Placement: Personal Online Store
Client: Myself
24 - Franch’s Number. | 11 - Clean Sheets | 17 - 2017

Hoodie Back

Hoodie Back

Placement: Personal Online Store
Client: Myself
Franchise is an ode to the defensive line captained by Franch.

Product Line

Product Line

Placement: College Project
Client: Create a Company
Brief: The project we were given was to create a company and build the branding and product labels for 3 items in the product line.
Role: Full concept and design - Illustrations, layout and color ways.

Label Design

Label Design

Placement: College Project
Client: Create a Company
Brief: The project we were given was to create a company and build the branding and product labels for 3 items in the product line.
Process: I had been to New Orleans as a kid and really liked the idea of using the french word for candy ‘bon bon’ and I was trying to figurer out how to make it french but not cheesy - that led be down the path of New Orleans and the jazz scene.
Role: Full concept and design - Illustrations, layout and color ways.

Mark Design

Mark Design

Placement: Tradeshow Activation
Client: Yakima
Brief: Create branding around a new product to be used on activations at a trade show. The product was called Dr.Tray so I played off the Doctor idea and integrated bike parts to create a graphics that could be easily translated to one color for screen printing and stickers.
Role: Senior Designer

Tee Shirt Application

Tee Shirt Application

Placement: Tradeshow Activation
Client: Yakima
Description: Tee-shirt execution mock up
Role: Senior Designer

Sketches

Sketches

Placement: Tradeshow Activation
Client: Yakima
Description: Small sample of sketches to build from.
Role: Senior Designer

Sticker

Sticker

Placement: Tradeshow Activation
Client: Yakima
Description: Sticker execution
Role: Senior Designer

Team Jerseys

Team Jerseys

Placement: Toffee League
Client: Net rippers FC (501c3 LGBTQIA+ Soccer Club)
Brief: The president of the Net Rippers Football Club contacted me to create a last minute jersey design for the 2018 Toffee League Football season. I asked if there was a theme and to include anything. The theme of the league was “From Portland with Love” poking fun at the ‘18 World Cup, and that it would be cool to incorporate drag queens.
Process: I thought hard about how I could bring those 2 items together and I focused in on the elaborate eye makeup that drag queens create and soviet color way. I brought it all together with a classic soccer stripe.

Jersey Back

Jersey Back

Placement: Toffee League
Client: Net rippers FC (501c3 LGBTQIA+ Soccer Club)
Process: I wanted to incorporate a little more ‘queerness’ to the back of the jersey so I ‘hid’ the word QUEER in large letters that are some what deceiving do to negative space. I then found a soviet style type face to add the team name on the final jersey.

Color Exploration

Color Exploration

Placement: Toffee League
Client: Net rippers FC (501c3 LGBTQIA+ Soccer Club)
Process: The first color iterations were bright and cheery and well, gay… After going back and forth I was more satisfied with the representation of the soviet theme in the drab color pallet.

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Social Post - Color 1

Social Post - Color 1

Placement: Social Media
Client: Toffee Club
Brief: Create a social post to promote drag trivia event at the bar.
Process: I wanted to try and replicate a vector technique that I had seen so i thought I’d try it out on this project.
Program: Illustrator

Social Post - Color 2

Social Post - Color 2

Placement: Social Media
Client: Toffee Club
Brief: Create a social post to promote drag trivia event at the bar.
Process: This was the second iteration of the social post that I created. After meeting the host of Drag Trivia I wanted to change the color scheme based on her persona. I also gave this version space to modify date and time changes.
Program: Illustrator