Not sure if being from New York makes you totally batshit crazy or really awesome. Either way I’ve always attributed it to my insane work ethic and ability to juggle a million things at once. I almost work better that way, which is ludicrous. This mood board has been so fun to pull from these past few days because working with local clients rocks. Same time zone, same vibe, way easier to relate in general. After wrapping up a whirlwind work week where I had to make some self sacrifices, I’m super happy that I got so much accomplished. As Frank Sinatra so famously said, “I want to wake up in a city that never sleeps and find I’m king of the hill, top of the heap.”
Lisa Mars came to me looking for a place she could grow her business full time. As a certified yoga instructor in the local community she wanted something that felt organic and relatable yet showcased her extensive knowledge about her practice. We created a conceptual mark for her new business venture that can grow with her whether it’s on the front door of her own studio or yoga mats in the future. We can’t wait for the full launch of mars.yoga … until then here is a sneak peek at the homepage.
Calyann Barnett of WWB Lifestyle Agency came to me needing a website to showcase her amazing career and talents as well as the impressive roster of clients she has. Not only is she the brains behind Dwyane Wade’s iconic style, she’s also much involved in creative direction, event styling and branding. Wanting a website that was out of the norm yet able to stand up against trends I opted for clean and simple navigation with bold classic typography that is a totally underrated and a bit unexpected! Housing lots of galleries and ways to view past work, the new WWB Lifestyle Agency is ready to move into the new year.
Here is a client that I absolutely adored. Not only did I love to work with an edgier style but who doesn’t love pops of red mixed with black and gold. We are in full holiday swing over here and gearing up for some final projects to finish out the year. This past weekend I sent out a few Thank You cards to some of my most awesome clients just to let them know I’ve been thinking of them and I appreciate working with them. They do say it’s better to give then receive. What have you done to give a little extra this holiday? Stay tuned for more from this sexy client project.