The business of design can often be hard to navigate. From building a thriving freelance business, cultivating the perfect team or embracing your entrepreneurial spirit, designers are frequently forging their own paths in the world of business. Business by Design is a roundtable discussion where you can speak with business, community, and creative leaders from all different career stages and paths about everything from filing self-employment taxes to the role of design a larger organization.
Eat at Romans
Eat at Romans is a farm-to-table restaurant in Lumber City, Georgia. They hire mostly veterans and strive to serve locally-sourced food. My friend, Chef Roman, reached out asking if I would design the brand around his restaurant. The logo was handwritten by his grandmother, and I digitized it into the official logotype.
Phelps Grove Outfitters
Phelps Grove Outfitters is a Missouri based apparel company with a mission to spread MO spirit! I have designed shirts, stickers, mugs, and buttons all to fit this theme.
Brashears 12-Hour Sale
This event is held semi-annually and often features their newest lines of furniture. I created three clean Facebook ads along with an E-Blast for customer lists.
Occasional pieces offer a fun way to communicate an event or special moment!
Waterprint studio is the name under which I create all custom watercolors and acrylic paintings - no matter what the subject or size may be.
Ozark Greenways, Inc.
The Ozark Greenways, Inc. is a nonprofit organization in Springfield, Missouri promoting community engagement, bicycling safety, and the use of their 10 trails. Their logo illustrates a sun, a trail, a sweat drop, and includes the "O" and "G" of the Ozark Greenways.
Bike Smart Springfield is a booklet designed to help reinforce biking safety for all age groups.
River Styx | Literary Feast Invitation
River Styx cultivates the literary arts in St. Louis and beyond through its magazine and community programs. Each year, they hold a fundraising event to support the River Styx Reading Series, the Hungry Young Poets Reading Series, the River Styx Writers Workshops, and the Grand Boulevard Workshops. This year, the theme was a literary feast focused on the work of Nick Reding, an author most famously known for his writings of American small towns.
"How-to" Magazine Spread
This spread was made for the Society of Publication Designers. My topic was "How-to Wrap Gifts Like a Pro". Curling ribbon was used as lettering, adding a playful edge.