A simple logo I designed for a client who offers financial services and counseling. Almost like a “financial therapist”, helping people get their personal finances in order.
Logo redesign project for a counseling and therapist practice in Lynn, MA. The original logo was interesting but was not created in a vector format, so it was largely unusable for anything but web applications. The first part of the job was recreating the existing logo in a vector format.
After looking at the reconstructed logo, the client decided that it could use some simplification and a color change to something a little less “pharmaceutical” looking.
After a lot of trial-and-error, an aqua and silver combination was chosen as the final color combination. The new logo retained most of the original design elements , bu the new colors lightened the tone and feel.
Logo for a custom embroidery business. The company has been in business for years, but never had an actual logo. The client wanted something simple, in pastel colors, that could be used for her website upgrade as well as on various print projects like business cards and advertisements.
New logo for the Salem Historical Society, used on their website and print materials.
Recently developed a small-business identity package for client Paul Tomchyshyn. Paul is a talented voice-over artist who was looking to brand his business and materials with a new logo, business card and stationary.
The Essex Coastal Scenic Byway logo was featured at the fall ENHC (Essex National Heritage Commission) meeting held at the Cabot Cinema in Beverly, MA, on October 15th. ENHC director Annie Harris reported that the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway signage (which I designed) will be fabricated this winter and should be installed along the byway route by next spring.