Blue Horizon's website (bhresort.com) was designed and launched in the summer of 2015, this gorgeous, full-width site incorporates bespoke illustration of the resort's unique accommodation. Friendly, yet corporate, the teals and blues capture this bright and sunny destination and match nicely with the lovely photography by Amy (www.amycaicos.com).
Built by Nik from Webshare Solutions.
Accountancy firm Bohoruns (based in Leeds) were looking for a brand touch up to go with the launch of their new website.
Their previous logo was inspired by a passage from Bible scripture from Isaiah 40 describing 'soaring on wings like eagles'. I took this logo and developed it to something smarter and modern, with defined colours and fonts. As well as this, I offered them an alternative 're-interpretted option' of an illustrated eagle.
Representing, strength and authority, the eagle interpretation was embraced as the new logo and now lives proudly on their website. It is soon to be implemented across business premises and further signage.
Brand identity & logo design for 'The Living Room', commissioned by Phil at Transformations Leeds. The Living Room is a collaboration between various Christian groups in Leeds seeking to provide a friendly and welcoming environment for international students to explore British culture and get integrated with local people.
Designed with Katy Barr!
Icon & mini-brand for Toby Walters - an up and coming prog musician, bassist and composer.
I learnt a tonne about prog working with Toby, and we wanted to create him an image that could be used to express something of the vast, unique and complexity of prog. Inspiration was taken from the key song from his new (almost released!) album 'Through The Porthole' which is due to be released late 2015.
Keep up with Toby on his Soundcloud!
Interested in working together to create something like this? Get in touch!
BHA asked me to develop a flyer and poster set to be placed in NHS GP surgeries across Yorkshire to encourage people to get tested for HIV.
The bright posters are designed to stand out from the often cluttered walls of surgeries, approaching the topic in a bold and clear way.
Each illustration is unique, showing the varying groups of people in society that may have HIV and not yet know it.
The lovely Caroline & Keil over at Voltage Sports asked me create them a logo for use on their fitness & health blog.
Absolute delight to be working on this mini brand project - they have a really bold and striking icon to use across all their social media as well as the possibility to application across products and livery in the future!
Looking for someone to create a brand for you? Get in touch and let's work together!
A working identity for a start-up photography business. Mark was in the process of developing his focus and USP so I created something versatile to grow with him.
See his work over on Facebook.
Mosaic Church celebrates its 10 year anniversary in 2014.
Since humble beginnings, it has expanded to the point where communications across their three sites needs to be concise and streamlined.
Box-head* have done an amazing job on the brand with clear guidelines for anyone to implement. Over the last year, Mosaic has handed over some design responsibilities to me and I have been able to work with them, creating new resources and producing their annual report and more recently, some fantastic booklets.
The Good Skin Days Clinic is Yorkshire's largest skin clinic based in Guiseley, West Yorkshire.
I worked with them over a few months developing their brand across their Online Shop as well as building vinyls, developing social media marketing strategies and maintaining and implementing fresh designs on their websites.
This included photographing products, preparing images for web, designing Mailchimp newsletters and regularly updating social media banners and promotional material such as flyers and Facebook ads.
Read the testimonial from the clinic manager here.
A colourful, on brand infographic for Greenbelt Festival's 40th anniversary. Greenbelt's communications director commissioned me to create something to send out to their 'Angels' (festival sponsors) for the annual review, to celebrate some of their accomplishments and acculmulated facts from over the last 40 years.
A swahili word meaning safe, secure & in good health
Salama (Leeds) is a group who are passionate about seeing people experience freedom from depression, self harm and eating disorders. The brand needed to simple and clear. The arch aptly represents hope, growth and change. It can also be transferred to different cities and replicated by similar groups with similar passions.
This Way Up is a midlands-based charity working with young people dealing with loss and bereavement. They needed a fresh new brand and website.
The new brand is light, bright, friendly and approachable. Since the rebrand, the charity have grown and are beginning to train individuals across the country
Stationery designs for Graeme and Fiona's wedding in June 2013. Teal for the all day invites and terracotta for the half day. Bound with a little luggage tag and packed into a lined envelope. They were very pleased with the final product, all presented in a teal buckram cloth box which I handmade.