I've been a ceramics artist for almost 2 years now and I wanted to showcase my work and brand myself, so I created Lonely Clay. The name, logo, brand identity, photography, website and social accounts all developed and designed by me <3 Check out the website and learn more about the branding project here. Enjoy!
I've just started working on a new project for Janet Stevens, a maker and crafter in rural Massachusetts. She produces handmade textiles and paper products that she sells at local flea markets and plans to sell on Etsy soon. I'm really excited about creating a logo and brand identity that will help propel her small business :)
Stay tuned for more updates as we progress!
I was recently hired to develop a new website for the global brand engineering agency Weeplay Kids. Their current site was somewhat difficult to navigate and wasn't representing the youthful energy of the Weeplay brand, so I developed a clean site via Squarespace that drew design and color inspiration from the Weeplay logo and their retro roots. What I developed is a functional and fun representation of the Weeplay brand that now stands up to its competitors and will give future partners a better understanding of Weeplay and what they have to offer.
Stay tuned for the launch!
I've been working with PAWS NY - a nonprofit organization based in SF and NY - on a 2015 calendar featuring select NYC clients, pets, and volunteers. I'm really proud of what we've put together and hope you'll consider donating to their cause by purchasing the calendar - who can resist cute cats and puppies...we all know you look at Cute Overload every day.
I was recently approached by a good friend to rebrand his family business, Devoe TV. I love working with small businesses and especially ones with roots in the 50's - one of my favorite eras! These past few weeks I've been digging in to my coveted Taschen books on mid century ads and have begun developing their logo and printed material. I'm excited to share more with you soon!