I'm so excited to finally be sharing this logo + brand design process! Wasted Kitchen + Pub came to me last year in the very beginning stages of planning their restaurant. They wanted to establish a strong brand identity and unique logo incorporating the core values of their restaurant - which is to use every part of the food so that there is little to no waste. For them, that means using everything from nose to tail and from root to tip (such clever taglines!). I immediately fell in love with the idea and wanted to create a logo design for them that visually exemplified just that.Read More
432 Photography is an amazing wedding and lifestyle, one-woman-photography-shop run by the brilliant Brooke Smith. Brooke came to me last year in need of a logo design to legitimize her business. She has been doing photography as a side hustle since college, but when she realized that this was her passion and she wanted to pursue it full time, she decided a logo was needed to truly make it official.Read More
The Colorado Grants Guide is an online resource managed by the Community Research Center that helps nonprofit organizations across the state of Colorado engage in more effective, efficient, and strategic grant research so that they will be more successful in securing grant funds.
CRC came to me to create a logo for the Grants Guide to distinguish it from the CRC organization and have it's own identity. Our goal was to give the Grants Guide a recognizable visual representation that still reflected the branding of CRC. We started by (very) roughly sketching out the initial concepts that reflected some of the Grant Guide's key words: exchange, partnering, and Colorado.Read More
Kris Oyen is a part-time photographer, and long time friend, located in Beulah, North Dakota. I started receiving messages from Kris a couple years ago when he first started getting into photography. We would exchange tips and share our photographs through Flickr, but his skillset very quickly surpassed mine. So when he told me that he was planning to venture into professional photography, I thought it was a great idea and was even more excited when he said he wanted me to design his logo.Read More