Over a year ago, I got married. We worked really hard on the aesthetics that went into the event and I never shared it. We are both highly creative so it felt important to us to channel that energy into an experience that was uniquely “us” while also considering how our loved ones would feel as they entered into the space of our wedding. After all, it wasn’t just about us. Everyone in our lives helped us reach that moment. We wanted to honor and thank them.Read More
As The Blue Carpet Club came to me for a logo and brand guidelines, they described themselves this way:
The Blue Carpet Club is hipster, handcrafted, and confident. It’s exclusive and personal, but friendly and unpretentious. It’s quirky, with a flair for the absurd. It romanticises the old and vintage, but lives in the present and embraces the future. Its design should raise as many questions as answers, and should intrigue people to want to know more.Read More
A new coffee shop & roaster in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle has opened and friends at Digital Kitchen are responsible for the branding. Andrew Swanson did a superb job on every little detail. I also got to work on this project a little bit and I am so pleased to share the site now that it’s live!Read More
The book of Proverbs is intensely practical.We are all on a path. We are all on a journey. We are all heading somewhere. The question is, “What path are we on?” Proverbs reveals that our chosen path is a matter of life and death – and God wants life for us. He is a good God who cares deeply, not only about our future, but about how we live and navigate the tumultuous waters of life today.
I’m quite excited I got to work with the elders of my church to create some imagery for this series we’re going through right now. If you feel inclined, join us! You’ve perhaps never met a family of people more in love with Jesus and the city of Seattle.
Been working on this for a long while so I am excited to see it finally out there for eyeballs to scour! It was a pleasure and a priviledge working with Adam Sinding (founder/photographer) and Nicholas Espinosa (web developer) on this refresh of the Le 21ème blog. If you haven’t seen it before and are even mildly interested in fashion and street style, I think you’ll enjoy this. At least go pet that leather background with your eyes (created by the fine people at subtlepatterns.com). Too far? Eh, I don’t think so.