My friend and fellow progressive Tristam was a breeze to work with. He gave me some basic parameters and loved the first draft I sent him! He'll be a write-in candidate for State Rep, district 4 (that's Allen County). Go on over and give his Facebook page a like!
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.
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 →
When I learned my friend Carla was running for Lima City Council, I immediately agreed to make a logo for her. Carla requested earthy colors, butterflies, and her slogan, "Community is Caring." This is what I came up with: I also created a cover photo for her: Later on in the campaign, which I managed,... Continue Reading →
A few weeks into my graphic design internship with the City of Lima, my supervisor contacted me saying they needed a large (24 x 36) banner by the weekly press conference in two days. Plus, in order to get it printed in time, I needed to have it in by 8 the next morning! She sent me... Continue Reading →
I recently made a social media teaser for an event in Toledo that unfortunately ended up being cancelled. Nonetheless, I was content with my result, and the person I made it for is happy to be a reference if needed. Contact me if you would like to see my list of references!
I recently designed a logo for a local tri-county chapter of Young Democrats founded by a friend of mine. The Blanchard Valley Young Democrats are dedicated to education, enlightening, and empowering young people in the Hancock, Hardin, and Putnam county areas. As logos go, this was one of the easier ones. Ashley, now the Executive... Continue Reading →
AHEAD stands for Allen and Hardin for Election Action and Democracy, and since I helped found the group, I got to create the logo. AHEAD is growing constantly, and the group has a wide variety of people in it, all of whom had an opinion on the way the logo should work. Trying to make... Continue Reading →