This was designed for my home church, First Mennonite of Bluffton, to use in their bulletin and other promotional materials as they reshape the church and forge its future. Here it is on the cover of one of their October bulletins:
Inspired by a t-shirt I saw online, I created a quick little graphic of my parents' dog Willy based on a picture I took, which you can see below. Isn't he adorable?!
My friend Joe Monbeck, running as a Democrat for Ohio House from District 84 out of part of Auglaize County, asked me to professionally recreate a JPEG logo he'd done ages ago, and I was happy to do it! Eventually, it ended up on buttons and a banner. The banner was very last-minute (he needed... Continue Reading →
When my dad, my siblings, and I gifted my mom Bluffton's first Little Free Library in October of 2016, I was very excited (as was my mom, of course!). I immediately set to work creating a logo for it, as well as some flyers and bookmarks to use for our reading program the following summer. Here's... Continue Reading →
Since my creation of the AHEAD logo in early 2017, the group has happily grown by leaps and bounds, and they've needed my design skills for a lot of different things, from event posters to cards (both of the business and thank-you varieties) to a brochure - with more constantly being created! Here are some... Continue Reading →
My friend and fellow Democrat Tristam Cheeseman was so much fun to work with. I made the logo above for him initially, but he wanted a slightly different logo later on, so I created this: I believe the second logo will be what is primarily used, especially on yard signs (as that's why the colors... Continue Reading →
When my friend Ashley (from BVYD) started running for Ohio Senate, she naturally came to me for her logo design. She wanted it roughly modeled after Elizabeth Warren's campaign logo, and sent over a few other political logos that she liked as well. After a few variations, I came up with what you see above.
This is a piece I created in Photoshop for submission to FishFood Magazine when I saw that they were seeking pieces for their Family Portraits issue. It was accepted and published in summer 2017. This digital collage consists entirely of stock photos, save for the people featured, which actually is a photo of my grandparents... Continue Reading →
When Sharetta Smith, my supervisor at my internship at the City of Lima, asked me to design some road signs and flyers for the City's Adopt-a-Roadway program, I jumped at the chance! After all, how often do you get a chance to design a road sign?! After some discussion with the client, I came up with... Continue Reading →