In the summer of 2016, I ran a Kickstarter to launch a product I developed called the Hula Wrap.
Free Clothing Co.
The logo I developed for my company, Free Clothing Co., embodies our motto "Love People | Live Free." My partner, Tim, and I have been running Free Clothing (and Tee Tubes) since 2006.
Alpha Tech Performance
Alpha Tech Performance is a supplement company started by myself and two friends. The goal with the branding and packaging was to develop a brand that communicated the simple and straightforward ingredients that we designed into our supplements.
I developed icons for some of Vineyard Institute's courses and then created layout templates for their online course videos. The icons needed to be easy to animate and have a familial style so that more could be created in the future.
Vineyard Columbus is a church in central Ohio with a large congregation and is able to support large campaigns and produce reading materials requiring graphic design and layouts. This is a selection of work I’ve produced for them.
The Real Jesus
Vineyard Columbus contacted me because they felt like their church-wide series, “The Real Jesus,” was a little lackluster. They asked me to create icons for each of the topics covered and initially the idea was that these would simply be made into t-shirts.
The icons quickly became a keystone to the aesthetic of the campaign and were later used on signage, stage design, and literature. Most of which I designed.
This installation was designed to draw viewers into the themes of the series and to ask them, “Who is the real Jesus?”
I designed the layout and cover for the booklets, DVDs, and DVD cases. The booklet was a 132 page document with weekly group discussion questions, daily devotionals and readings, and places for notes and reflections.
Life in the Spirit
Life in the Spirit is a video series for the members of Vineyard Columbus. I was commissioned to design a logo, layout and design the companion booklet, and to create an animated intro for the videos.
This animation was used as an into to each of the videos in the series. The graphic was designed in After Effects and allowed the video editor to quickly change the second title while editing.
I’ve helped a few brands develop their logos.
My typical process is 3 rounds. First I talk with you to get a sense of your target market, what you like, dislike, and any other ideas or preferences you may have. Then, I create a page of “idea” logos, typically 6-8. You choose which logos you like and give me feedback about what you like and what you want to see more of. I do a second round, refining the selected logos from round 1 and adding any new ideas inspired by your feedback. Lastly, I refine and tweak final options and add color.