For the last three years I have been the lead designer at BloodworksNW.
This January (2015), we launched our new identity and brand. We worked with Ardent Sage to design a new logo and name. After the new name "Bloodworks" was finalized I continued development of the brand, style guide and collateral for all marketing material - print and web.
- Contributed to Telly Award win in 2013.
- Contributed to increasing fund raising income nearly 40% in 2014.
- Designed online ad campaign resulting in a 3x above average Click Through Rate on local area media (King5, Seattle Times, Komonews, Kiro, Pandora, etc).
I was one of two graphic designers at Scooterworks USA and Genuine Scooters from 2007-2010.
Scooterworks is the oldest scooter parts catalog in the US. They're the original. Started in a garage, etc... Eventually they were sued by Piaggio, owners of Vespa. Scooterworks won the lawsuit, countersued and used the money to start their own vehicle company, Genuine Scooters.
We had a lot of fun and never took ourselves too seriously. I had a lot of room to grow as a designer.
I was asked to do everything from product photography, print production for two catalogs a year (retail and B2B), email blasts, web design, collateral, identity, product design, packaging and whatever else we thought the market would respond to or our dealership network required.
Gaulzetti Cycles is a custom bicycle manufacturer located in New England. They specialize in stiff, light and fast frames made with Aluminum and steel. Their goal is to eliminate the bike as an excuse for not winning.
To compliment the brands bright and bold attitude I created a very quick and dirty landing page for a reseller, Embrocation Cycling Journal for prospective customers to learn about the brand at-a-glance.
When Speedtest.net was founded by Ookla Net Metrics I was hired to create several iconography libraries for themed / licensed custom speed tests. If you're one of the millions of people every day who use Speedtest.net to test your internet connection, you've probably seen my work.
Since 1978 Chris King has been making long lasting, high precision bicycle components in Portland, Oregon.
Their products are unique in that they are both "top shelf" quality - they offer incredible warranties and are offered in a variety of anodized colors. Their products can be found on just about any "dream bike". If Lamborghini made bikes, they would use Chris King parts.