Custom logo and website for California-based midwife service. lamonicabryant.com
A Kentucky-based upholstery specialist who is passionate about making old things new again, the client wanted something classic and elegant, but still modern and exciting.
Branding suite (logo, business cards, service menu) and website design for Florida-based cosmetologist. Client wanted to incorporate a painted palette feel, so we included the distressed color swatches behind the text to give the feel of a makeup palette in her favorite colors. sweepsofcolor.com
My friend Jessica is passionate about ministry to kids and families. I was thrilled when she approached me to create a branding suite to use for her blog and various social media platforms. inthisfamily.blog
I was approached by Community of Hope to create a logo system for a new program that encompassed the various life stages/milestones served by their Family Ministries team: Infant baptism, beginning kindergarten, middle school, high school, and finally, graduation. I started with the idea of stepping stones, then incorporated icons to represent each stage, and then determined that each icon …
Bethany Lutheran Preschool in Alexandria, VA, commissioned a T-shirt design to help foster community for the students and families of the school. The school wanted to somehow incorporate a heart, which happens to work really well merged with an “apple for the teacher”. Below are some photos of the shirts created (so cute!), with future plans to apply the design …
A bright and cheerful postcard invitation for Community of Hope’s 2017 Easter services. The design was also applied to service’s worship folder (below) and in-service screen graphics.
Community of Hope church changed the name of their youth ministry, from “Via Son” to “Community of Hope Students” and approached me about creating a new logo to reflect the new branding. They wanted the new logo to correspond to the church’s current branding, so I incorporated their official font and color scheme with a new script font, as well …
The duo at McGovern Gerardi Law wanted to find a way to play off the “G” in both of their names when they approached me about designing a logo for their new firm.
Logo design to be used in the children’s ministry department at Community of Hope church. They requested an alternate color scheme for their volunteers’ T-shirts (Slide 3).
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