Windoworks is a premier sailing club in the Northwest. The client wanted to keep the wispy aspects of their previous logo but make it more recognizable and a bit more nautical. The objective was to unite their "W" with elements like waves and wind also provoking a feeling of exclusivity and lavishness.
My mission, and I chose to accept it, was to rebrand this company from the expected brewery status to a fun and sexy identity. The client wanted clean lines and the only requirement was that I incorporate the mountain that had been a part of their identity from the beginning. This was a challenge to figure out how to create a brand new concept in an industry that is so recognized by its established particularity. It is simple, sexy, and represents Northwest beer drinker
WCI is a high end furniture purchasing/interior design business. The client has a very specific style for their brand in mind as something along the lines of Tory Burch and a geometric feel. This mark displays all 3 letters and resembles a piece of furniture.
A design and swag firm, lab59 needed a bold and timeless mark. It was created to reflect logo creation with all media in mind.
With this clever name, I was able to draw up an abundance of great ideas to make this accounting company stand out as a fun and vibrant money management firm. Ultimately, it was decided that this bold and modern logo was the perfect way to represent them.
Gentle Touch Healing Wellness Center is a chiropractic and wellness center. The only specification I received with this revamp was that she liked the idea of a “stick figure”. Other than that I had free reign to do what I desired. The obstacle was how to make a stick figure classy and polished. This logo displays both a figure and a spine while staying inviting and professional.
Hammer-Hailstone Wine Sellers is a wine distributing company that specializes in small local wineries around their area. The client came to me with a very distinct vision of how they wanted their logo to look. The challenge with this logo was including the hammer, ensuring that it did not look like a construction company, whilst emphasizing the wine theme and involving the family name. The goal was to make it sexy and approachable. Mission accomplished!
This talented photographer had an exact style in mind and was very decisive which made for a great partnership. A whimsical, creative and simple brand was requested and what was delivered.
Al Angelo, the real estate giant, loved their signature logo but needed a smart, small but modern adjustment. The results were a more professional look and feel without straying too far from their original logo.
Barton Football Academy expressed an interest in a more youthful identity. I decided that this football academy needed to market themselves in a completely different way than they had been previously. The goal was to create a bold colored, fresh, energetic logo that their younger demographic would want to wear.
I was tasked with creating a new identity that would focus mostly on the tree farm but that would suit the new aspects of the estate as well. I wanted to keep the trinity theme due to the religious following they had gained but broaden their audience as well. The idea was to keep it organic, hence the ambiguous trinity symbol that makes the bulk of the tree.
This logo was submitted for the Everett City Logo Contest. It was one of the top semi-finalists out of about 1,000 entries! This logo really embodies my favorite things about logo design. There are several different concepts within this mark. An “e” for Everett, an anchor, an airplane and a music note are just a few of the different elements I was able to “hide” within this sleek and simple logo.
This rebrand was very Nike inspired. I decided I needed to keep it youthful, very modern and completely different than their previous mark. Unlike most of my design projects, this was pretty much the only idea that worked its way onto my sketch pad. It was just so perfect!
Espira is a consulting company. The client did not want an actual mark. He wanted the logo to be intertwined within the type; though it was expressed he wanted an arrow somehow incorporated into his identity. Through my research, I landed on the thought that a consulting company is all about refocusing businesses. The objective is that the dot of the "i" has been turned into the arrow and is gradually coming into focus also representing movement.