Short History

I am self-employed as a graphic designer, specializing in the fields of corporate identity (logo) design, web design, print design and branding with the majority of my time spent designing and implementing marketing promotions for businesses such as logos, websites, letterhead, business cards, packaging and more. I attended Northern Kentucky University for Graphic Design/ Marketing. Was on the Dean’s Recommendation of Honours many times. While in school I worked in the wireless industry gaining knowledge of the indirect side. This opportunity gave me insight of thinking outside the box to improve marketing strategies for small/ medium businesses. My life is design, I love it and I surround myself in it every day.

I am:

1. Passionate (I absolutely love what I do)

2. Enthusiastic (I want to learn)

3. Sceptical (I think critically)

4. Focused (I have the right attitude)

My Step By Step Approach

Considered Design

Well-considered design works across any medium. I’m a  expert at developing ways in which your brand can live, breathe and thrive in both traditional and new media.

I’m a creative thinker and technical innovator to help make this happen. And, at the end, you’ll have beautifully crafted design that has the brains as well as the looks to ensure that your story stands the test of time.

Asking Questions

I always start by asking questions. Digging deeper where I need to, uncovering the nuggets that will help us crack your brief. This is vital if we’re going to create great work that doesn’t just look good, but makes perfect sense too.

Bright Ideas

Everything I create is inspired by
a bright idea. And not just any idea – an idea that’s relevant to you, your people, and your audience.

This is all about combining your knowledge with our know-how to explore different creative routes.
Let me show you what’s possible.

Logo Design

The representation of your brand. Your logo is the most important piece of your business. This is how customers remember who you are.

A logo is representation of your companies brand. Logos are also connected to advertisements in the form of billboards, paper ads and commercials, so customers learn to associate the logo with the company. It is easy to print logos on small advertising products, such as pens, key chains and stickers, that can be handed out to expand the reach of the company.

Even when a logo does not have words, it creates a brand that is associated with the company and the products or services the company offers. This helps with advertising, since simply showing the logo in a newspaper or billboard is enough for customers to recognize and think about the company. Recognition is one of the most important parts of a logo and branding, since it keeps the company at the front of customer minds. It is necessary to have a quality logo, since the logo is the face of the company. A badly designed logo turns away customers and is forgettable.