Recently I had the opportunity to return to my Healthcare Design background for this logo. My friend at Carolina Cell Therapy hired me for their rebrand, and this is where we landed. A plus with Healthcare design is that it always comes with an education, learning about cells, DNA, and exactly what Cell Therapy is.
Near the end of 2019, The Path Project, pathproject.org, reached out to me to design their end of year campaign. It started with their campaign theme and logo design, The Power of Showing Up, which focused on the impact of great volunteers. From there we explored web graphics and social media. I’ve worked with the […]
We start early on Christmas at In Touch. This year, I designed a logo to go along with all the Christmas ads. All images © In Touch Ministries. Learn more at www.intouch.org/christmas
2017 marked the 10th Anniversary of the Messenger. I was tasked with designing a logo that went along with several other design pieces. All images © In Touch Ministries. Learn more at www.intouch.org/get-involved/messenger-project
I was asked to redesign a logo for an orphanage in north Georgia, focused on reuniting families. What an awesome idea, and after some back and forth we landed on a new logo.
So one of the first projects I received at In Touch Ministries was the redesign of 20 booklets (Yep 20!). They needed to be updated and I wanted and to give the books as a unified brand. The above logo was selected to identify the Spiritual Foundations product. The books are being printed at the […]
Since the ReThink Israel social media campaign was focused on arts, and innovation, I wanted the the logo to be a little more edgy. The campaign was supposed to give a new perspective on the nation, so why not a new perspective on a logo.
The LAN is a news site for the Nation of Israel. They approached the agency I was working at to develop their brand, and a create a new logo. They asked that it convey “communication” first and Israel be subtle, so if you look, you can find certain links to Israel.
A NYC musician Russ Kaplan, asked to design him a logo.
Logo design for a Woman’s Ministry: History Starts Now
I spent three months working at DDB in New York City developing a brand for a post op campaign. Esstential Habits is an educational program for patients—men mostly—who have recently had Heart Surgery.