I was hired to work on the opening credit animation and branding for this television series for TFO (French TV Ontario). You can see part of my illustration there in the background and use in parts of the opening credits, as well as title font and captions. Visit: Porteesdesmots.com
Logo development, design, and brand applications for the restaurant, OX in Downtown Guelph (restaurant/cafe/bar). I worked on initial branding and development of brand template for all further ads etc. to be based on, opening campaign, coffee sleeves (sourcing and design), coasters (sourcing and design), business cards, labels and more.
Project: start-up branding for bite on Cork st. On this project, I saw the initial start-up of the business and assisted with name generating, to developing the initial logo, brand and environmental graphics.
Secondary branding for Innovation Guelph; they already had their logo created but no other branding items. I created icons and the overall look and feel that I adapted to website and postcards, trade booth and brochure seen here.
Full logo and rebranding for University of Guelph’s Human Rights and Equity Office as well as execution of new marketing materials including banner stand and brochures. (colours, secondary icons also created and shown as applied to banner stand)
This was a branding and launch project I did for the City of Guelph and their inaugural Cultural Mapping Project. I designed the new logo and print collaterals (postcards seen here but included posters, ads, bookmarks), and came up with having buttons to help promote the event and assist in separating the categories within the map.
Personal branding and business card design for an international facilitator. Logo was inspired by flight paths, travel and the idea of facilitation unraveling chaos through clarity. The backs of the business card represents that our client facilitates in 4 different languages as “let’s talk” is repeated in French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Branding: Bioenterprise has a logo already created, but needed branding done – secondary colours, images, background graphics – all to ensure their materials spoke from look and feel that they wanted their company to convey. This is the dynamic die cut brochure design I created for them.