Applying the elegant branding style of the Asheville Marathon & Half at Biltmore Estate to a business card for use by race promoter and support staff in producing this prestigious event. January 2014
The Insert/Flyer came out great, but it’s hard to connect with people without a business card… that’s why I whipped up these business cards, staying brand consistent. Available in color and grayscale for printing flexible and cost consciousness. June 2013.
Funky Mutt branding obviously needed continuation on their Etsy presentation systems: banner, avatar, custom illustration for add on product listing pages, follow up graphics, and even separate banners for sales events, new item listings, and vacations… the whole shebang really! February 2013.
David Sheriff, clergy and Reiki therapist who offers talk therapy and “listens between the lines”. September 2004.
Jennifer was pregnant for the third time, and wanted to make the most of it. She and I had a photo shoot, and then I edited selected photos and created a tear-sheet/belly-shot, business card, and letter head so she could contact all the pertinent modeling agencies and get a gig before her due date! January…
Quilter, and fiber wizard, Maxine Rosenthal, needed a fresh card to represent her fantastic quilting talent. Here I photo edited one of her quilts in an integrated fashion so as to fit in her contact information. April 2003.
May 2003 More For Less Publishing contacted me to help with their start up. This trio of dynamic gals had their sights set on Launching their publishing company and needed a logo that would apply to all the books in their series. To create this logo, aimed to convey the casual and low cost travel…
Books & Breadboard, a bookstore with a bistro in it (which served meals on bamboo breadboards) need a logo and business card. All they had was one still life photograph and a location, and the rest was up to me. I patterned the logo on the idea of an ex-libris. October 2010.
Designed as a fundraiser sales item to help children with autism. Two seperate dogtags were designed to feature the Complete Caregiver logo, tied to the book cover design, for both male and female sensibilities with matching business card sized display tags. Designed and produced September 2009.
Pisgah Print, a print service company based in the WNC mountains, needed a logo that while colorful (to showcase their printing in the best light) was also modern and subdued. This logo features hand crafted type and a mod mountain range. The business card expands on the logo, features a tag line, and offers a…