Logo development for a consultancy in Seattle. She wanted to incorporate her beloved dachshund’s profile so we had a great time getting Winston “just so”.









I had a lot of fun with this logo for a firm that assesses and tweaks dental office mechanics to ensure efficiencies, cost savings, and better treatment for clients. We could all use a coach like that!









A fresh logo for a newly established financial planner who wanted to convey that with his acumen your investments were sure to provide the freedom we all crave in the second half of life.
This is a logo I created for a team competing in Tough Mudder, a 12-mile outdoor obstacle course race to earn money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Kids Read Now partners with school districts to close the achievement gap by providing a proven summer reading program.
The modern library is so much more than books and Tipp City’s is no exception. Wanting to convey their location and purpose we refreshed the logo with a nod to our local mum festival as well as the learning and nurturing that happen at this downtown destination.
This logo is incredibly special to me. It’s for a 501c3 that provides touches of home to kids in residential mental health facilities. Providing them the simple things most of us take for granted… underwear, pajamas, toiletries, a scarf and hat. Learn more at project-believe.net
The definition of easy peasy is when a client knows EXACTLY what they want, they just want you to make it digital for them. That’s what I did for this local jewelry maker and she was pleased as a delicious southern punch.


The local high school’s parent association wanted a logo that conveyed inclusion and care. So, I gave them a hug of sorts.

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