The following is a representation of logos I have done over the past ten years, with added mention of thumbnail sheets to give a glimpse into my creative process.
A consultancy in the business of securing government contracts asked for a logo that would inspire the feeling of leading the way, winning and knowledge. The iconic torch symbol helped to accomplish that goal.
Capital Area Marketing Professionals
C.A.M.P. needed a logo for a new professional group focused on marketing. It needed to appeal to the type of participant that was familiar with design principles and features a tongue-in-cheek illustration of a tent in the typography, alluding to the "CAMP" name.
A two day wine and food show wanted to highlight both food and drink in the logo without it being too intrusive.
Suits to Careers Gala Logo
The theme of the 2017 Gala is Wine and Whiskey. Visual representation of the theme was achieved by including illustrations of drink ware, a bottle and a barrel, which can age both whiskey and wine. The barrel theme continues in the woodgrain lines on the lower half of the circle.
Gunn Mowery Insurance was looking for a logo to represent a new product/division within the company. The logo had to keep with branding standards and complement established design elements. Color selection and balance helped achieve the desired result.
Central Pennsylvania Guitar Workshop & Network
Experimenting with typography the "G" was integrated into the body of the guitar.
Redesign. Updated the font to create a clean, modern feel.
Catapult Program Logo
Client wanted a logo for their new program that would give the impression of a mission patch.
New company needed to convey both the concept of the environment and transportation.
Civic/Government Innovation Awards
Sister logos for a dual awards event. Both were to appear related to the other in color and style.
Law firm wanted a "clean, simple, contemporary design". Using muted colors and classic fonts, an air of professionalism is achieved.
The Imperfect Pair
A duo of crafters needed a logo for their blog. The soft peach tones were a client favorite and the inclusion of the scissors speak to their crafting purpose.
The Central Penn Business Journal needed a logo for a new event. This represents one round of ideas I provided them. The top logo is their final choice.