Adage rebrand


adage cards


My friend Kim at Adage asked me if I would help her rebrand. She wanted her identity to point back to what she really loves doing...writing.

I loved what Kim wrote for her website, "The quill is what Shakespeare used to write Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet; America’s forefathers used it to sign their names to the Declaration of Independence; and Lord Byron used the quill to write, “One drop of ink makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.”"

I kept the original color palette and redesigned the logo to include a quill. I also designed a business card and Squarespace website to follow suit.

Keep Adage in mind when you need a little help in the writing department. I have them on speed dial. 

The Right Hands

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Beth Dekker thinks even superheroes need a little help. So this year she finally launched her business that connects those heroes with a right hand. 

Right Hands support the superhero entrepreneur, helping strengthen every aspect of their business - activating ideas, kindling creativity, freeing them to change the world.

I worked with Beth on The Right Hands logo and am excited to see what happens for her in the coming years. 

30 days of portraits

Getting a new camera always comes with a learning curve. I tested my new Fuji X100F by taking one portrait a day for a month. I then described each person with three words. Check out the whole series on my Instagram