I design logos, websites and brand identity systems for individuals and businesses.

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Welcome!

I live and work in the beautiful little city of Nelson, British Columbia, Canada, which is nestled deep in the breathtaking Selkirk mountain range near the edge of the Canadian rockies.

I love doing all things creative, and I particularly enjoy designing logos, brand identity systems and websites because it involves the perfect combination of art and logic. I also love the idea of using my skills to tell someone else’s story or to help bring their vision to life.

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What can I do for you?

Logo Design

Your primary brand mark is an indispensable feature of how you present your business to the world. I will design a logo that will make your brand recognizable across all mediums and in all contexts.

Website Design

Whether you want to tell your story to the world, showcase your portfolio or sell your products Online, I will build, optimize and maintain a stunning Online home for the business you love.

Brand Identity Systems

From secondary brand marks to color schemes and typography, I will assemble a powerful visual package that goes beyond your logo to further express the character and personality of your brand.

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Portfolio

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TripleWP
I created this logo design as part of the LogoCore 30-Day Logo Challenge. TripleWP is an imaginary tech company that has developed an application to help WordPress users build and update their websites without the traditional method of writing code. The design brief stressed the importance of creating a friendly, welcoming feel while maintaining the idea of being on the cutting edge of the tech industry.
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Zelda Guide
I created this logo design as part of the LogoCore 30-Day Logo Challenge. Zelda Guide is an imaginary company/website that produces videos, articles and community events that relate to the famous Legend of Zelda video games. They needed a logo that captured the spirit and feel of the Legend of Zelda franchise, but without resorting to plagiarism and without being too dependent on an already-established brand.
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The Mere Disciple Podcast (Speech)
I created this logo concept for a local pastor who was starting a podcast. He was still developing his vision and brand identity, and as such, did not have a clear target audience. This design captures the idea of the spoken word using a basic speech bubble design, with three different variations that are each optimized for use at different sizes. The full text version is for use when the logo itself is the focus or where it is large enough to be easily readable. The monogram letter mark version is for use when the logo is used at small to moderate sizes, and the blank speech bubble is for use at very tiny sizes (like favicons).
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The Mere Disciple Podcast (Clean)
I created this logo concept for a local Christian pastor who was starting a podcast. He was still developing his vision and brand identity, and as such, did not have a clear target audience. With this design, I tried to create a very clean, mainstream feel with an abstract icon, with the intent that it would appeal to a larger audience across various demographics.
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Alison Cosmetics
I created this logo design as part of the LogoCore 30-Day Logo Challenge. Alison Cosmetics is an imaginary Online cosmetics company that produces vegan skincare products. The creative brief asked for soft colors ranging from pinks to purples, as well as the need for the logo to be readable at very small sizes.
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Freight First
I created this logo design as part of the LogoCore 30-Day Logo Challenge. Freight First is an imaginary intermediary freight broker that specializes in finding optimal routes for sensitive cargo. The creative brief stressed the importance of communicating the company's core values of trust and security, which is why I chose a simple, sans serif font and framed the number "1" within a solid-colored square. At the same time, the italic font-style communicates the idea of motion and speed, giving the idea that while safety and security are paramount, the company understands that delivery time is still an important factor in their industry.
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Slash Films
I created this logo design as part of the LogoCore 30-Day Logo Challenge. Slash Films is an imaginary company that supplies camera equipment and props to film crews. The creative brief indicated that the logo would appear on various things like business cards and vinyl stickers, as well as in film credits. The design was supposed to convey the company's "thrilling" personality at first glance while maintaining a professional appearance.
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Taghum Stop Gas Station
Taghum Stop is one of the only full-service gas stations in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia. Founded in the 1950s and newly renovated in 2016, they have a loyal base of customers who often bypass other stations in order to get their fuel in Taghum, simply because of the outstanding service that the station is known for. The owners wanted to work on branding their store through the development of a logo that featured their new storefront, and this is what we came up with.
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The LogoCore 30-Day Logo Challenge
I designed these logos for the LogoCore 30-Day Logo Challenge. It was a fantastic way to test my skill and produce work under pressure (a new logo every day). I had a great time doing this and it made me a better designer!
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The Mere Disciple Podcast (Monogram)
I created this logo concept for a local pastor who was starting a podcast. He was still developing his vision and brand identity, and as such, did not have a clear target audience. We experimented with several concepts, and this one is a take on a classic monogram letter mark. This design would perhaps target a younger demographic - particularly university students - with its somewhat academic/varsity-style appearance.
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“Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.”
-Charles Mingus

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