I was brought in by Shea Blackston (Charlotte NC Brand/marketing consultant) as part of a team to rebrand The Resource out of Winston Salem. I headed up the Identity portion of the rebrand, alongside talented folks working on the web and video portions of the project. The Resource is a staffing agency with a very unique and effective method. The goal was to make sure the new brand expressed the human focused spirit of the company. Below is the final identity excerpted from the brand standards as well as finished brand presentation documents.
I had the pleasure of creating an illustration alongside a group of talented artists and designers to benefit the Target House. The proceeds from all the sales of prints will go to buy art supplies. Each print is limited to a quantity of 50, so support the cause while you can. Purchase here.
I just completed some illustrations for the RSM brand rollout, led by Charlotte agency, Luquire George Andrews. The illustrations needed to express the ideas of global connection and overcoming logistic obstacles in a style consistent with the new RSM brand guidelines. They were to be produced at a variety of scales, so they needed to work in the context of a print ad, all the way up to super graphics in the airport. They have started to appear in the Charlotte International airport, so keep an eye out if you're a frequent flyer. Thanks to Jon Cain and the team for bringing me in on this one.
Agency: Luquire George Andrews
Art Direction: Jon Cain
Copywriting: Margaret Bond
Creative Direction: Jennifer Jones
In support of my beloved hometown Panthers, I've partnered up with Oxford Pennants and created a limited run of Panthers felt pennants. Each is hand-made and silkscreened. You can grab one in the store.
I had the pleasure of contributing to Nate Utesch's passion project, Ferocious Quarterly. This issue allowed illustrators to split a spread and finish off the other artist's creation. The left half is an underwater scene entitled, "Reach for the Depths." The right is "Fly to the Heights" and continues the illustrations in space. I appeared opposite Mary Kate McDevitt, and along with her, there are many talented illustrators in this issue No.4.
You can grab your issue here! Thanks to Nate for inviting me to be included.