Top brand and agencies I've worked for and with
Do you need help with your brand strategy and identity design?
Take a look at a few of the projects I have recently completed that involved branding,
logo design, strategy, interior design and product development.
A cannabis dispensary highly praised for their service, product and one of the first to be licensed in the state of Oregon. This young team had been boot-strapping it and were in need of a solid rebrand, website overhaul plus an update to their brick and mortar. I stepped into help them achieve these goals and strategize for the future. (Hired as a Creative Director via Brew House Media)
As a co-founder and the creative director of Churchkey Beer, I spent several years working with a small team to create a new beer company from the ground up. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to create all of the branding, packaging, and marketing graphics for this project. I couldn't be prouder of the product we created together.
The 25TH Anniversary pop up at 166 FLATBUSH in Brooklyn was an amazing project that found me working with One Hundred as the lead designer concepting and designing both the aesthetic and layout of this epic shopping experience.
A local nonprofit Open Signal operates as a media arts center to provide video and editing skills as well as studio space and events for the Portland community. I designed their office space to create a flexible and collaborative workspace.
The Juicery is a juice bar in a centrally-located Whole Food grocery store in the Portland metro area. I designed the branding, as well as advised on the use of color, materials, and overall aesthetic in the shop's built environment. The goal was to create a simple, modern, and welcoming space that customers would enjoy. (Hired as a Creative Director via Brew House Media)
SUBWAY BOOK REVIEW
This is a fantastic Instagram project that my friend started by asking strangers on the New York City subway about what they were reading. I partnered with her to design the logo, business cards, and brand strategy. Subway Book Review now has 88,800+ followers, a contributing member in London, and a book deal on the way. We can't wait to see where this project goes next.
Seven Sisters is a charming Portland boutique that predominantly carries lines by female designers and makers and is committed to supporting small, women-owned businesses. The owner hired me to design the branding, consult on business strategies, and advise on the overall look and feel of the interior to ensure that it aligned with the brand. One of the strategies I purposed led to an opportunity for me to designing and hand paint the tagline "Share Something Beautiful" on the front window, a great way for a new business to increase visibility on a busy street.