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Award-Winning Design

So you may have noticed I’ve won a few awards over the years. I started entering competitions my first year out of art school. Although I’d won a couple of student competitions, I wanted to play in the sandbox with the big kids; cut my teeth going toe-to-toe with big corporations who had shareholder budgets […]

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The Awareness Trap

How many times have you started designing an ad, video, or social media post, and had to face the question: “What is the goal of this [marketing product]?” This is an important question to answer, as it will guide the entire direction of the ad’s message, its purpose, and it will indicate to your your […]

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New project: Blankenship Group

If you’re not familiar with the Engel & Völkers real state team, the Blankeship Group, you’re missing out. Their luxury listings are located all over 30A, and they needed a logo to look as fine as their homes. The real estate group specializes in luxury residential property along the beautiful Northwest Florida coastline of Scenic […]

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New Project: Howell Consulting

Energetic Investigations Howell Consulting is an Illinois-based fire and explosion investigations firm. After ordering suede-coated business cards from me in early 2019, Mr. Howell contacted me in 2020 to also design his website. And what an interesting job this is! Scott Howell, Principal, investigates commercial and residential explosions. He determines the cause, type of explosion, […]

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New Project: Dockside Porter Label

Porter is as a Porter does Legend has it that the beer name “Porter” comes from the shipyard workers of England. These brutes often worked grueling jobs: dock personnel who porter–or, transfer–goods on and off ships. The alehouses of the day named their dark beers for the workers who drank them. Harbor Walk Dockside Destin […]

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New Project: Copper Collar Consulting, LLC

New Territory: Underwater When this client contacted me, I must admit I didn’t understand half the words he was using: words like “OSV,” “Miller 400,” and “A-frame barge.” Owner John Fontenot is a salvage diver based out of Hammond, Louisiana. That’s got to be one of the coolest–and most dangerous–jobs I’ve ever heard of. He […]