I am very excited to share the identity I created this Spring for Melanie over at Melanie Alice Photography. Melanie’s new logo is the best of vintage meets modern – the script lettering gives off a soft, feminine feeling, while the bold choice for ‘Alice’ balances and grounds the look and updates it to the […]
Category Archives: Logo Design
I can’t believe its already SPRING! Though I can’t say I’m sad to see Winter go – Spring means fun colors, leaving the windows open while I work (and listening to the birdies in my bushes), and lots of light in my office. Allow me to introduce you to one of the designs I worked […]
This design is one of my favorites from last year. A playful and modern logo design paired with a fun and functional pattern, what’s not to love? And Jill was sweet enough to send me some printed samples so I have a few photos to share with you too! Jill from Realities Photography wanted to […]
Sometimes, clean and simple is best. A set of hand-drawn initials in a pop of orange work perfectly for Sarah Duckworth Photography. Looks awesome on her white website!
If this logo were a room, it would be a high end converted loft with soaring ceilings and beautiful modern furniture. I loved creating this logo and sorta wish I could steal it for myself (of course the whole lack of e’s in my name might be a bit of a problem). This look is […]
I love when clients come to me and know who they are, and Kelley from k|d loftis photography knew she wanted something mid-century modern and sent me awesome inspiration. I set to work and she ended up loving this colorful Eames-inspired graphic. I created the logo, business card, pattern design, and seamless tile for their […]
Its been such a long time since I’ve shared some of the projects I’ve been working on! I’ve been very busy (thank you clients) and have tons to share! A few designs that I’ve completed over the next few days -some of these from over the summer (oops!). Get ready to rock 2011 with a […]
A bit behind on my blogging and completed designs are stacking up in my ‘to blog’ folder! I thought I’d start with something more recently completed, a simple and elegant logo for wedding photographer Gabrielle Marks and her husband Matt. Nice, fluid hand-drawn lettering is the perfect complement to the clean and simple type. Thanks […]
Sharing a new branding package I created for LeAnn over at Studio 64. I used a fresh and modern color combination of teal and golden yellow, accented with chocolate browm. In addition to the custom logo design, which features a hand drawn leaf motif, I created a PDF pricing sheet and business card design, both […]
I love the simple zen feeling from this logo, I think it fits Kysa of Life’s Moments Photography just perfectly (and I can say that since I got to meet her and photograph her maternity session back in January!). I don’t normally like to do logos with more than a couple colors, but the monochromatic […]
Sharing a whimsical yet clean logo design created for Chi Photography. Chi’s previous logo had a more complex butterfly in it that wasn’t working for her, but she wanted to keep the butterfly somehow in her logo. A silhouette worked perfectly!
When Gina contacted me and told me the name of her boudoir photography business, Home Fires Boudoir, I knew I had to work on her logo. I love creating graphics with a play on words. Gina is a military wife who just moved to Honolulu, so she knows the importance of keeping those ‘home fires’ […]
In need of a professional looking logo but custom isn’t in the cards right now? Perhaps logo adoption is right for you! Logos available for adoption are concepts that my identity clients decided weren’t a good match for them, and you know how the saying goes… Our pre-designed logos are value priced at $150 and […]
Unveiling a logo I designed for Lizney Sievert Photography. Clean and modern yet graphically interesting – a lovely high end photography logo. I know Lizney will take it far!
Sharing another custom logo created for Nicole Davidson Photography. I love when there is a meaning behind a graphic used in a logo, especially when the business is so personal like photography. The orchid I drew here is based off a large and beautiful tattoo that Nicole has on her. I used the blue and […]