Just a few t-shirt designs.
Just a few t-shirt designs.
Graphic for a sermon series entitled "Psalms" for Fellowship Bible Church in Longview, Texas. It was used as the artwork for a single, which was written and released by the worship director at the church, as well as for on-screen graphics and a study guide.
I was allowed the freedom to come up with the visual concept of "taking a journey" through Psalms. I used a very detailed line drawing with lots of repeating patterns and shapes to create the image. Then the text overlays the drawing in what looks like a gold leaf stamp and really makes the title jump off the page.
The client requested a logo that was unique. So I custom-plumbed his name in this funky type. Bold, funky, and you won't see another like it.
Website for a new church plant in Lansing, Michigan. My role in this project included meeting with the pastor to discuss all of the website's functionality and design direction. The idea was to focus more on the cities of Lansing and East Lansing, Michigan State University, and the people of the area. So the site is full of fullscreen photos with minimal blurbs of text. Along with the design, I developed the site as well.
Brandire™, an agency based in the D.C. area, tasked me with taking their new logo and creating a full branding system, which includes colors, typography, patterns, icons, photography, and an extensive style guide that goes into great detail about how to execute the brand across several platforms.
Sales sheets, graphics, and an animation to show how this fiber-optic sensor works and how it could be implemented in different settings.
Branding for work trucks, signage, and business cards. Thomas wanted a bold, professional logo that was easily read on their 50+ oilfield trucks. So I created this, with a bold typeface, and a simple custom "T" that tells you right away they are in the drilling industry. Before they contacted me, I didn't even know this company existed. Now, I see their trucks all over the place, and I'm sure their business is loving that.
A couple of versions of a logo for a Minnesota-based sheep farm.
The guys at Woolley G's had a start on a logo concept but asked for my expertise in transforming it into a legit, professional logo that could be used on hats, shirts, stickers, you name it. I created this custom type that's a little off the beaten path, in that it reads as a nice chunky script font, but is a little funky, so it has a unique flavor of its own, just like Woolley G's. You won't find it in anyone else's logo. The name-only logo is super simple and functional, while the circle logo brings in some depth and detail and places Woolley G's right in the middle of the piney woods of East Texas. This one will be great for T-shirts.
Annual report website for the Office of the President. This website won several regional Addy Awards—Gold Addy, Best of Show (Judge's Choice), Best of Show (People's Choice)—and then went on to win a Silver National Addy Award.
I was given the blurbs of content and allowed to take it and run with it. I customized each section of the site to follow the content of the copy. At the time, its parallax design was a newer technology and really stood out among other sites. View the live President's Annual Report website.
Additional credits: Michelle Hougland, director of marketing and brand management; John Davis, senior editor; Leslie Cranford, senior editor; Karin Slyker, senior writer; Patrick Gonzales, managing editor; and Chris Cook, managing director.