If you're a prospective client of mine, welcome! This space is meant to showcase my history and experience in logo design.
Apart from a couple classes in college, everything I've learned about logo and graphic design is self-taught. My mother studied graphic design when I was a kid, and introduced me to the software she used—Corel Draw, Paint Shop Pro, and the Adobe Creative Suite. Since then, I've been experimenting with shape, typography, and negative space designing for friends and family.
Given this, I continue to do logo/brand design on the side. Full time I design software—digital product design, user experience, interaction design, UI design (see Work). I promise I have talent in logo design but it's not something I do daily nor am I a professional. 😇 This is the disclaimer I always tell prospective clients.
Though logo and brand design is more of a hobby, I try to keep the passion alive through side projects with a small network of clients, family, and friends.
Below is a sample of recent freelance work.
It seems that every designer has attempted to create a personal mark—some more successfully than others. Though sometimes overused, a personal monogram can be a great way to set yourself apart from the crowded field of designers.
I’ve always loved to play with letter forms and shapes. I’ve been experimenting with various expressions and combinations of my initials since I created my first avatar for AOL Instant Messenger (too embarrassing to feature here, I’m afraid).
Below is a select sampling of personal brand expressions from over the many years.