Centenary Community Ministries, Inc.
Logo for Centenary Community Ministries; they wanted something that conveyed community, family, opportunity and faith. We used the same color scheme as the Centenary Church logo. The design was intentionally crude, like something hewn with ones hands.
the Casserole Shop
Centenary is one of the coolest, most earnest communities I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. Their goal is to provide a “Place at the table” for everyone, regardless of background, race, or creed. So, we have an open table.
Magnolia Soap Box Derby
things that are sweet: pastries from the Casserole Shop, natural light, macro lenses.
Logo and social media profile picture. Marketing collateral below.
I was very excited to help set up my friend Nicole’s business, Grow Macon. I created a simple logo (which will eventually sprout when the business gets started!) and a website in WordPress so she can enter blog posts and manage the site on her own.
I am pleased to have designed the marketing materials for Mercer University’s Bearstock once again! The students I worked with, Brandon and Tasnim, were super fun, and I enjoyed creating, not only the poster, but also a new Bearstock logo. Isn’t it cute? His little nose is a music note!
Prospectus: New City Church Warner Robins
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Mercer University’s student activities board, QuadWorks, for the last three years. It’s an excellent exercise in design, working with clients, and just doing whatever the heck I want. We had Far East Movement, Yellowcard, and tons of local bands party it up on our stage. I provided the […]
I’m Greek Because Campaign
New City is a fresh group of churches trying to challenge the status quo of faith while supporting the growth and development of community, seeking to embrace society rather than run from it, hoping to reconcile the Church with the world She lives in. Check them out on the web, support their vision, spread the […]
Mercer Rocks Campaign
For the Fall Semester of 2011, Mercer University Greek Life launched a campaign entitled, “I’m Greek Because…,” which aimed to encourage prospective recruits to seek more information about campus fraternities and sororities. This was an incredibly fun project, as I was responsible for the project from start to finish–photography, copy editing, and graphic design.
As a part of their “normalcy campaign,” the Mercer University Office of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) asked me to help them create visual representations of survey results they had composed the previous year. These results were taken from students at Mercer, and were used in hopes of encouraging students to have a true understanding […]