Branding and Logos

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Business and Event Logos

As both a freelance designer and a non-profit art director, I’ve created a wide array of brand marks and event logos for both large companies and small businesses. Above are some of my favorites, and you can read a little more about a few of them below.

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Paul Rabil Experience

Commissioned by Paul Rabil. As the world's most recognized lacrosse player, Paul Rabil (Rabil Companies) started a video content business to help train athletes with a fitness regimine custom fit to the individual subscriber. It features hundreds of videos on practice plans, skill development, fitness workouts and nutrion.


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Two Dudes Brew

Commissioned by local up-and-coming brewers Chris and Chris. Two Dudes Brew was looking for a brand mark that could incorporate a pretty cool photo of them on scooters. I was able to vectorize the photo, making it the central focus of the logo, while also giving it a bit of a grunge home-brew feel.


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Run for the Bullies

Commissioned (pro bono) by the York County SPCA. Run For the Bullies was developed to give runners, walkers and animal lovers alike an opportunity to show their support for both bully breeds and the YCSPCA. I chose to base the race event design around a sneaker-print while sprinkling in the Rescue's logo and name, as well as a silhouette of a pittie.


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Olivia's Outreach

Commissioned (pro bono) by Animal Rescue Inc. Olivia's Outreach is a program dedicated to the rescue's TNR (trap-neuter-release) effort, which allows feral cats to remain free - after being netuered, the cat's ear is tipped (as shown in the silhouette of the logo.) The program is named after a former volunteer who passed away at the very young age of 14.


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Sticks and Staches

Commissioned by the US Lacrosse Foundation. The Sticks and Staches logo and invitation suite were created for a fun celebratory event to commemorate US Lacrosse's CEO on 30 years of dedication and service to the sport of lacrosse. The event was designed with a retro barber shop theme in mind to honor the executive director's notable mustache.