The Remember A Pet program, owned by Crista Ministries, needed a new brand for a good cause. On a mission to soothe hearts across the globe, condolence cards are sent through friends and veterinary clinics of those who have lost their pets—offering words of comfort and making a donation in the lost pet's name to fund a pet in a developing country.
CellNetix Laboratories, a pathology lab, needed to make an impact on prospective new clients. The solution was a campaign highlighting their charitable giving program—neatly packaged as a clam-shell box with accompanying certificate and brochure inviting clinics to join their Pathological Giving efforts.
*2012 Marketing Award honorable mention
An all-new look for this darling shop included a new logo, graphics for an existing web template, business cards, and product tags just to start. Old-fashioned charm with a fresh twist necessitated a branding system that was neither stuffy nor trendy, and resulted in a classic logo with custom patterns and textures. Oh what fun!
Univera, a leading nutraceutical company, needed a new brand space to surround visitors with the warmth of its mission and the power of its products. Univera’s new corporate offices in downtown Seattle now gives visual life to their mission of bringing the best of nature to humankind. The environmental experience is a welcoming space where Sales Associates, can explore, learn, and share Univera with others.
The space brings harmony between science and nature through the juxtaposition of contrasting materials and a modern graphic aesthetic. The color palette is both earthy and vibrant, the surfaces both organic and synthetic.
World Vision's 30 Hour Famine challenges students to be part of something bigger than themselves. To take action for God’s kingdom. To help save the lives of hungry kids. Every year, hundreds of thousands of students in the U.S. — and thousands more around the world — unite through World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine to feed hungry children and families. Students’ eyes are opened to the truth about global hunger as they raise both funds and awareness in their communities during the event. Interactive games are combined with a 30-hour fast, and funds are donated at the close of the program to World Vision's hunger relief efforts.
This theme revolved around the dual concept of unleashing the beast as students fight against hunger, and releasing a feast of literal abundance to those in need through their efforts. A photoshoot of students involved in the event combined with field photography to form a versatile campaign.
Internal Agency Project
Come see what's cookin' at the Annual Donor Breakfast! Topics ranging from King Crab to the new aquarium in the works for Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium were up for discussion, as prefaced by this cheeky printed invitation.
A part of World Concern, a Christian global relief and development agency, Women of Purpose is dedicated to preventing the exploitation and trafficking of vulnerable women and children living in extreme poverty. Once a year, women are invited to a retreat where they, pray, learn, and discover what the organization has been doing around the world.
Learn more at http://worldconcern.org/getinvolved/womenofpurpose/
Elsie Green is full of handmade, found, and far-sourced objects to make your home uniquely your own. A nearly anti-digital place to shop, learn, get organized, and find inspiration.
The site includes a project tracker, ecommerce, and community resources and discussion all in one. My involvement in this project included brand look-and-feel, site design, general user experience, and conceptual copywriting.
These guys are pretty amazing. The dynamic duo of PDZA and NW Trek thow some seriously spectacular & interactive family events. These posters are only a few of the promotional materials developed over the years, and represent many fun hours going through photos of baby animals.
A global company famous for their server solutions, F5 Networks needed a way to reach their sales representatives to let them know about their newly improved, bulletproof security systems. The solution was a two-part direct mail campaign that started with a teaser postcard and ended with a security kit that included a black F5 Security T-shirt in a translucent security bag.