In 2005, I created Bluefox Digital as your, "go to" for a complete professional design package. The logo was something I spent many days on and almost 8 years later, the logo still holds up. My best acheivement.
This was the ultimate collaberation of my favorite interests: Folk Hogan and Scooters! Here, I created a character of a swanky man riding his scooter in a pool of crazy illustrated noise. So f&%$ing cool.
Silverhome was my final stab at making the industry's best summer sales tracker. This site is able to view videos from corporate, build reports, check stats, and manage reps from every office in the nation.
After only seven months, I was able to give Silverline a fully designed tracking system, a complete branding guideline, incentive items, and a recruiting kit to use into the 2013 season.
In the years that I was able to work with the amazing team at Platinum, I was given a unique opportunity to let my creativity soar with this recruiting brocure. It's my favorite peice to talk about.
Me and Daniel go back. So when he asked for a logo for a startup he was considering, I created this in the prime of the Web 2.0 days. Little did I know what Daniel was about to accomplish by using it.
Fitzone, Now O-zone, was a part of Karaktr Media which I was employed under. They had me be the design lead on this and the feedback on the site was fantastic. Everyone really enjoyed my design work.
So before I was on board, the company used to give the sales rep 4 training DVD's in a paper sleeve that was rubberbanded to a printed out training manual. For the same price, I created this.
I always wanted to make cartoon characters of the band and had my chance when Nick Passey, Folk Hogans guitarist, approached me to create yet another poster for the band. This poster blew their minds.
Brad Hunstable is one of the coolest duders I know. His drive to create a thriving streaming service has lead to his worldwide success. I was very lucky to get to know him early on and help improve the logo.