Will Romero was a colleague of mine at Xcite Media Group and breeds American Bullies. He was having trouble trying to get a logo for his business so, I offered to help. For this logo, I took an image of one of his Champion breed dogs, and painted this from it. I’m still waiting for […]
I had the pleasure of helping Keven Winder with his branding and website development for this project. Repot Connect is a unique business that Keven has created. I’m not sure my description of it would do him, or his business justice, so I will just use his words: We all need help to make forward progress. […]
I am restricted from sharing my work at Hewlett-Packard, due to security reasons, so I thought I would write a short description of what I did at HP.
Preferred Financial Services
My favorite part about doing this website was that I was able to implement my own style and nostalgia into the design.
C.K. Hardwood Floors
I met Ben Keith, owner of C.K. Hardwood Floors about two years ago. He originally asked for a logo so we started with that.
Cornerstone Business Cards
These cards, along with the logo were designed for Don Owsley, pastor of Cornerstone, PCA in Fort Collins, CO. I originally met Don through a friend of mine back in 2010. After getting to know him and letting him see some of my work, he asked if I would redesign their church’s logo.
The Edge Church Project
Ryan (pastor) had asked me to do a design that had “bling” but had a “new car look” to it as well, so I took some carbon fiber graphics, gradients and lots of red and came up with this.
Daniel Maxwell Design Project
I met Daniel at a local Starbucks and we immediately hit it off and later became good friends. The day I met him at Starbucks, I had shown him some of my work and he mentioned that he had a website that he had wanted to redesign for some time.
Financial Abundance / Farlow Financial
Wayne and Elisabeth Farlow called me a few months ago looking to redesign and rejuvenate their website. They were concerned that their old website was a bit too outdated and since Elisabeth was joining her father in his financial business, and hoping to bring a more youthful clientele eventually to the firm, they wanted something that would speak to a larger crowd.