Phosphorus is a NYC-based healthcare startup. Their genetic tests and human genome software is revolutionary.
I've helped them develop their brand with refining the logo, designing test kit boxes, brochures, forms, trade show booths, snapchat filters, t-shirts, and more.
Patagonia is a rad company that is making long-lasting clothing for active people, and trying to make the world a better place while they do it. I'm incredibly honored to call them a client.
I designed a collection of flyer templates for special events that are hosted at their retail stores.
Propeller is a consulting firm based in Portland that provides consultants to companies in every field. Their employees are super smart, and provide companies with the tools to succeed. They were looking for a gift for their employees that celebrated the things that set them apart and hold them together.
I loved working with Propeller on this project because it allowed for so much creativity! We wanted almost every page to be different and shine, so I gathered inspirational photography, designed icons, made some really fun patterns, and even got to incorporate some of my own calligraphy. I had a really hard time choosing which pages from this book to show because I really loved them all!
Role: Graphic Design and Typography Design
Agency: Engin Creative
Patagonia was hosted a Zero Waste Week as a way to reduce their waste impact. The goal of the week was to provide tools for employees to actively reduce their waste footprint and contribute to the company’s efforts to become a zero-waste-to-landfill organization.
I loved working on this project because taking care of our planet is the worthiest of causes. I love working with a company whose values align with my own, and being a part the journey towards cleaner personal and business practices!
Concept Systems sells automation solutions. Need a more faster, more efficient and safer factory? Then you'll want to call Concept Systems.
I've been working with Concept Systems to create, update and polish their marketing materials, as well as consulting with them on website updates.
I love working with Concept Systems because in addition to being the friendliest bunch of people, they are incredibly easy to communicate with. It's the best feeling when you feel like you know your client well enough that the work just comes naturally.
Role: Graphic Design, Art Direction
Oregon Dog Products makes durable, functional, vegan dog leashes and accessories. It's owned by a couple of rad women who have three decades combined experience in the dog training field. Their products hit that sweet spot in the market where fashion meet function: their leashes are beautiful and elegant, and at the same time practically corrosion proof and will last a lifetime. I'm in the process of working with the owners to develop their brand and packaging. Check back to see more!
I love working on this project because the owners, Tricia and Camilla, are SO PASSIONATE about their project! They know their product, their competitors, and the dog training industry in and out, and are very confident that this will be the very best leash to own, and the only one you'll have to buy. I also loved that they were drawn to a really bright bold colors and had lots of retro pieces, which made coming up with a look and feel a real treat.
Nike Global Digital Brand are the people who engage with and serve Nike's customers through social channels, apps and nike.com. They came to HUB looking for a brand that is clean, modern, fresh and fun, and an on boarding (training) manual to use as a training kit for new hires.
I designed the new logo, and worked with my team to develop a visual center. Then we designed a manual that is both fun and informative, pulling in visual cues like simple icons and interesting typography, to make all 44 pages enjoyable to read.
I loved working with Nike on this project because we took something that should be boring and mundane and generally a sleep aid, and turned it into something that is both unique and attractive. I love working with clients that value beautiful things!
Role: Graphic Design
Agency: HUB Collective
Mole is a food truck owned by my good friends Luis and Sara Ochoa. Luise is an amazing chef, and his mole is one of the most delicious things I've ever eaten, so I was honored when they asked me to help them with their branding.
We started by workshopping the name and tagline. Although we came up with some really fantastic and clever ideas (I'd share some, but they're being saved for a future brick-and-mortar...), nothing conveyed what the Ochoas were doing with as accurately as "Mole".
Next, I created a logo and identity system for them. Moles have been around for several hundred centuries, and we wanted the look and feel to convey that rich history, while also letting customers know about the fresh, high quality ingredients being used to make them.
I loved working with Mole because after trying Luis' mole, I knew that the rest of Portland needed to know how yummy it was too. It was a great challenge to help them convey the quality of the ingredients they use, as well as the beautiful execution of their dishes.
What's an Ekin? First, spell Nike backwards. Now think of the coolest kid in school, who also knows everything you could ever want to know about Nike including all their latest and greatest products.
To bring together the Ekins annual summit we designed a series of daily drops, inspired by astronauts (because they, too, are technical and awesome), and aligning with that day's activities: career training, a ride on the Portland Spirit, and running in the Hood to Coast.
I loved working with Nike on this project because neon. Because shiny things. Because temporary tattoos. There were so many fun parts and pieces to design in this project, all of them with funky, interesting details. It was a millennial designer's dream!
Role: Concepting, Graphic Design and Typography Design
Agency: HUB Collective
Mr. David's School of Film provides creative film camps for elementary school-aged kids. Mr. David is super passionate about ensuring that every kid has fun above all else. With his business growing, Mr. David decided that he needed an updated logo that represented the services that he provides, while maintaining a professional look. We decided to use some bright, youthful colors and fonts, and incorporated some eye catching patterns and icons.
I loved working on this project because I really believe in Mr. David and the services he's offering. I know if I were a kid, I would be so stoked to take his class!
Spark's owner, Alyssa Gasca is a vibrant, energetic, and fun, and wanted her consulting business' brand to express that. We came up with the name Spark, which embodies the energy that Alyssa brings, and the connections and growth that people take away from her workshops. Then we developed a logo and identity system that communicated that same lively energy, all the while remaining polished and professional.
I loved working with Spark because Alyssa's energy is contagious! And her business concept aligned well with my aesthetic for clean and colorful design.
Role: Concepting and Graphic Design
Agency: HUB Collective
Umpqua, the friendliest bank in town, needed pamphlets designed to inform customers of the upcoming changes in account offerings and details in the clear and friendly manner which Umpqua is known for. Working with their brand assets, I designed these packets to be clean and easy to read, while utilizing the fun and whimsical pieces of their mural.
I loved working with Umpqua on this project because I love a challenge! And turning boring bank documents into a beautiful, easy to read document is certainly a challenge!
Role: Graphic Design and Production
Agency: HUB Collective