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The events coordinator for a large housing community in Georgia requested help with a grand opening flyer for their newest amenity.
This client requested a logo for her permanent makeup solutions business in which there was an eyebrow incorporated into the top of the J and that the logo incorporate pink and brown. Because it is square it will also be optimized for social media profile use. We also...
An award-winning planned community wanted to get great exposure at a high-profile golfing event. This digital ad design draws in potential home buyers with its amenities and awards.
Working with the NC Network of Grantmakers organization is always a pleasure. For their 2020 Annual Meeting program they wanted something that symbolized North Carolina and placemaking. A couple design ideas from other sources helped to hone in on the style they...
This client was referred to me by an existing business relationship. They wanted to develop a "classy" brand for their significant other's general contracting business.
The owners of a new retail store wanted to convey the idea of vintage cool. They shared colors and moods and I came up with this.
The best way to share information with neighbors is through well-designed signage at community entrances.
Time to show school spirit and raise some funds for the PTA! Most of these shirts were printed with a single color screen, keeping costs low and allowing the organization to boost school pride. 5th Graders sporting their blue tie-dye shirts to the Southern Christmas...
When the Lifestyle Director asked for a Renaissance-themed fall festival flyer, these flag waving animals fit the bill.
When a PGA tournament comes to town, one of the best ways to bring people in to see your new homes for sale is by touting your awesome golf course.
The culminating event for a local elementary school was a fundraising campaign over the course of 3 months and ended in a color run around the campus. In order to build excitement for the fundraising and event, a marketing campaign included vinyl banners, posters,...
A community in south Charlotte requested my assistance in creating marketing materials for an upcoming Craft Fair that aligned with their brand standards and used visual elements from their other marketing materials.
This design was commissioned by a local public school principal. It was originally going to be a staff shirt, but it was so popular that it was printed on hoodies for the school spirit store.
A local elementary school's Fall Festival was in need of signage to promote its game booths and activities. I created a series of 15+ coordinating signs that mimic the energy and design elements of both comic arts and vintage circus signage. The signs were printed as...
To kick off fundraising for the beginning of the school year, this campaign included messaging for families regarding donations to a school PTA.
A Charlotte youth organization sought branding for their building that combined their national brand standard with their sponsor's national brand standards. The design will be used in print collateral, as well as on the building itself.
A Charlotte piano and vocal teacher sought to update her logo, which will be used on marketing and accessories.
As part of the annual gathering of philanthropy's greatest in North Carolina, this year's program incorporated health initiatives.
To kick off fall fundraising, this flyer promotes a school PTA raffle. The "Do More" branding was used throughout the school year to encourage financial and volunteer contributions for educational programs.
When the birthday girl wanted a mermaid themed party, I put together a watercolor motif complete with tropical fish and a golden mermaid.
NC Network of Grantmakers enlisted my help to develop a branding package for their summer learning series geared toward educational support organizations. After brainstorming with the organization, we landed on the series "Navigating Advocacy." The resulting logo...
KIPP Charlotte, a charter school that is geared toward frequently underserved communities, places ads in local magazines and print media to encourage students to enroll. These ads adhere strictly to KIPP's national brand standards in terms of colors, imagery and font...
The preschool located within Charlotte's St. Stephens United Methodist Church sought to expand its online presence beyond the page on the church website. They enlisted me to revamp their branding and build a website that could better serve their needs.