AIGA | Seattle Design Festival
Acting as AIGA's ambassador for the Seattle Design Festival; I was tasked with designing, creating and executing an event that would engage Seattle's graphic design community. After designing the concept, brand, and all promotional material I set out and recruited top design agencies/companies like Superbig Creative, GLG, Microsoft, Taphandles & Phinney Bischoff to design & participate in the poster show.
Social Media Manager
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Bottlehouse owners, Soni & Henri, needed help locking down a brand direction for their new wine bar. I helped with naming conventions, messaging, web design and copywriting. People love this place - #1 wine bar in the city of Seattle!
Web Development by:
Andrew Lovseth: http://andrewlovseth.com/
Logo Design by:
Conor & Julie Mitchell
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AIGA Seattle wanted to highlight design leaders in our community. I came up with the Marquee, Member Spotlight program. I designed the brand then recruited writers to execute the member content.
Visual Design Lead
Band posters for The Young West
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root | Culture Lab (RCL)
My contacts at RCL needed help branding a new client.
Quimper is a general store for the Port Townsend community selling everything from outdoor equipment to food. They wanted to explore identity treatments and potential words/phrases that would suit their Victorian Era city.
24 Seven, Inc.
24 Seven is a recruiting firm that places marketing, advertising and fashion professionals. They open up their beautiful studio space to have networking parties. I help plan the events, create original content and then design email campaigns to market the events.
root | Culture Lab (RCL)
RCL needed some branding and messaging help for a Seattle based business remodel.
The Fremont Foundry was originally a metal working and welding studio started in the early 80's. It's currently under renovations to become a shared business space, featuring restaurants and bars for Fremont's growing scene.
University of Washington Project
Our objective was to create a new product and then create a marketing plan for it. My partner, Verena Moll, came up with an idea for a portable drying device. I named the item, came up with the identity and then geared our marketing efforts towards the outdoor/active community. I created a brand board to help potential investors see who our customer would be.
Product Concept & Video by:
Contributors to Marketing Plan:
Mr. West owners were in need of a simple website for the launch of their new Downtown Seattle Cafe + Bar. Using beautiful imagery that I sourced and a scrolling one page format with a hamburger menu to easily navigate, users can quickly get to the menu while keeping it minimalistic. Designed and optimized for mobile as well.
Mr. West is killing it. Visit their yelp page:
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Brand Design by: RCL
Web Development by: Andrew Lovseth