Captain Dick Woodhull was trying to nail down a new logo design for his coaching business. He knew that he wanted to use his captain stripes and the wreath, but the two just weren't coming together. I offered to take a stab at it for him. After a few spins through the creativity tumbler (my crazy brain) I decided to try the captains stripes as flames coming from a torch. The torch representing the start of something amazing and that coaching was like lighting the fire within.
When two of Sarasota greatest realtors came together they needed a logo to represent their brand. Clean, sophisticated and memorable. They wanted script, but a touch of elegance. They LOVED it!
The client originally had a very small jpg image and the font was written in a space that was hard to see. I updated the logo for him and went on to design and create all of his marketing materials and website.
Brian had a "vision." His vision and the original business name he selected was not gelling, so we changed the name and his vision became a reality. "What ever you can envision, he can create."
When I decided to create my own bridal show, I created a whimsical yet elegant logo to go along with my vision for the future event.
A strong and beautiful business woman wanted a logo that represented her. Considering she is her brand. I presented Kristi with 5, this one came out of a few days of communication and tweaking. She could not be happier. It represents her beauty, class and strength.
I created this logo to unite local businesses in North Port FL, so that we can recommend and refer business to each other.
Barbara asked me to create a logo for her campaign. I used the colors from the City of North Port and came up with a few different options that she will be able to incorporate throughout her campaign.
Grant is a long time pool company in Charlotte County., They were operating with a very aged logo. The asked me to give it an update. This was their final selection.
Ellie started a new doll clothing line. She asked me to help her with some graphics for her Etsy store. I took the images of her "models" and made them into cartoon images.
The board of directors wanted a colorful image of people uniting / coming together to help in their community.
Kathy was referred to me by a local dance studio that I had been working with. She had a drawing of her concept but needed to have it created electronically. After a few rounds of tweaking, this was the final product. I absolutely love her idea!
For his new pool company, Matt wanted a look that was a distressed symbol that resembled the stamp in your passport. I learned a lot of cool techniques working on this one.
This one just came to me for a friend starting a new business.
Bill had an idea of what he wanted his new logo to be. This one took a while, but I think the end result was pretty darn cool!
A couple of local kids baseball/football coaches were looking to open a sporting goods store. They asked me to create a logo for them.
This logo was originally created by a designer at the Herald Tribune. The designer left not long after and we never had access to the vector file. After many years of manipulating the jpg, I redrew the logo for the Manatee-Sarasota BIA and now they can use it where ever they like. The term "Parade of Homes" is copyrighted and owned by the Florida Association of Home Builders.
This is probably one of my favorites. I created this one back in 2006. The company was thrilled, I used their current colors and created something that really stood out.