David Paul Martin, a singer-songwriter out of Appleton, Wisconsin approached me about creating a cover for his single, “Love Doesn’t Have A Color”. I’m really happy with how it turned out.
You can listen to the song on Spotify or wherever you find your tunes.
Katie from Life Between Words & Mollie from Mollie Reads joined forces to create a podcast all about reading and books called, No Thanks We’re Booked. The asked me to create original branding for them and their internet presence. I graciously accepted because I knew I would have fun with creating a logo that embodies their bookish selves.
No Thanks We’re Booked can soon be found in all the places Podcast’s live on the internet.
For InterVarsity's 2015/16 Annual Report we did an editorial focus on an undergraduate chapter at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Here I have posted a variety of spreads from the 35 page, perfect bound report.
Every year InterVarsity's Greek sub-ministry holds three conferences on consecutive weekends during February in Los Angeles, Indianapolis, and Raleigh. I had the pleasure to design all of the branding and visual collateral for all three conferences.
Every three years InterVarsity holds Urbana, a missions conference for 15,000 college students in St. Louis, MO. For an evening during the conference attendees join in the Edward Jones Dome (where the conference is held) and join each other in prayer for eight of the least reached countries. This project was created with World Vision.
For this project I designed eight 6ft x 30 ft pillars, each one focusing on a specific country. In the upper lobbies of the dome, there were infographics on 8 ft x 5 ft LED screens.
A variety of logos from a variety of projects.
When Nomad Coffee was just getting off the ground, Jordan Hubred came to me to create a brand for their coffee catering cart.
These are concepts for the Basin home store in Orlando, FL I made while working under the creative direction of Studio MPLS.
I've had some successful submissions on Cotton Bureau and these are them. Both have been printed twice, so that's cool.
Analog Endeavors is the electronic wizardry of Andrew Schibilla and I had the pleasure of being able to create an identity for his pedal creations.