Bringing your ideas to reality
Let me help you realize your ideas in design and print.
Graphic design, logos, business cards, custom design work, postcards, packaging, etc.
Collaboration is something I instantly gravitate towards. There is something about the exchange of ideas that I find so exciting. Working with someone to realize their ideas in print is very satisfying. It's a definite bonus when you present your client with something beyond their expectations or suggest something that may be better tailored to their brand identity. Feel free to drop me a line through the multitude of options such as the contact page, email, or just call, I'd be happy to entertain a real live conversation.
2435A Granville St., Vancouver, BC
The ladies at Talk Shop Media approached me to design a window display that would showcase their logo, contact information and in particular highlight the branding services they offer as a reputable PR firm. The challenge was to work with the mullions separating the window panes, the canvas for the signage. The variation in the typeface maintains a unified and concise design. In doing so this provided the Talk Shop Media family with a strong yet feminine characteristic that is their powerhouse firm. They sure have a noticeable presence on South Granville St. now!
Photo cred: Rebecca McColgan.
503 Railway St., Vancouver, BC
Stationery Design: 4.25"x5.5" Notepads
I designed these custom Union Wood Co. notepads because industrial furniture designers need stationary too! The idea was to make the logo shine and what better way than an illustration of the vintage steel-caged pendant lights found at their shop on Railway St.
Logo Design / Business cards
Bippity Boppity Boo: Events & Design is a full-service wedding and events consulting firm. I was approached by the owner, Bal Claire to create branding based on the iconic Cinderella fairy tale.
Focusing on the fairy tale concept, a graphic signifier was needed to communicate the owner's vision as a wedding and event consultant. The minimalist quality of the logo is a great visual reference which compliments the business' name as well as their brand aesthetics.
The design had to embody a timeless quality, yet feel modern and traditional at the same time. The hand paired with the magic wand helps conjure a visual which leaves more the imagination. A fairytale wedding is something all brides can relate to because that day is supposed to be magical.