The Beyond Project is a non-profit organization that is transforming the lives of those in need through beauty and wellness.
I was tasked with creating a logo that somehow included the letter 'B', a heart and a circle to create the feeling of wholeness and love with their brand. The final logo turned out to be exactly what they were looking for and more.
I have created stationery, photo backdrops, t-shirts, flyers and other misc. collateral.
Backdrop for events.
A collection of various logos I've done.
Beyond Project. A non-profit organization that is transforming the lives of those in need through beauty and wellness.
Creative Coffee Eastside. I designed this for a local Meetup group I helped to start up for creatives living on the 'eastside' of Seattle.
CrossFit Bel-Red. Created this for PRO Sports Club's CrossFit box.
Discovery Bay. Logo for PRO Sports Club's childcare and learning academy.
Discover Burien. Logo for the small independent non-profit service organization dedicated to economic development and community engagement in Burien, WA.
Eastside Family Medicine Clinic. Logo for one of Bellevue, WA's top family medical clinics.
Lake Washington Primary Care, PLLC. Logo for a medical office on Mercer Island, WA.
PRO Hoops League. Logo for PRO Sports Club's basketball league.
PRO Wallyball League. Logo for PRO Sports Club's wallyball league.
PRO Swimming. New logo for PRO Sports Club's masters swim team that competes locally in the Puget Sound area.
20/20 LifeStyles Packaging. I was tasked with updating the packaging for 20/20 LifeStyles dry powder shakes, ready-to-drink shakes and protein bars to give them a more modern and appealing look. The ultimate goal was to be able to sell the products across the country in stores like Costco instead of selling them only at PRO Sports Club. But in order for that to happen, the packaging needed a complete redesign. The results turned out to be something that was fit to be sold in stores, but in the end, we weren't able to manufacture the volume needed to be sold in mass quantities. Instead, they are still sold at the club and online.
Eye of the Needle Winery, 12th Blend. It had always been one of my goals to design a wine label, so when Eye of the Needle Winery in Woodinville, WA came calling, I couldn't be more excited. They wanted wine labels created to appeal to fans of the Seattle Seahawks (commonly known as the 12th Man). The best part... proceeds from every bottle of wine sold go to Northwest Harvest to help fight hunger.
PRO Pulse magazine
The PRO Pulse magazine is a bi-monthly publication that is distributed to all members of PRO Sports Club, as well as throughout all club locations for members and guests to read or take with them. I was originally hired at PRO Sports Club to oversee the production and printing of the PRO Pulse. I was responsible for helping to coordinate photo shoots, art directing photo shoots, page layout, ad design, photo and text editing, cover design, and proofing and press checks during the printing process. Shown here are some of the more recent covers and page layouts that I've done.
All Sport Camp. T-shirt given out to participants in one of PRO Sports Club's summer camps, where kids get to learn how to play different sports in this week long camp.
Breast Cancer Awareness. On the Wings of Hope, We Will Win. This shirt was designed and sold at the Pro Shop at PRO Sports Club to bring awareness to Breast Cancer. Proceeds of the shirt sales went to the American Cancer Society.
Dodgeball. 'Can't Touch This' and 'Hit Me With Your Best Shot'. These shirts were created for members of the winning teams in PRO Sports Club's popular seasonal Dodgeball leagues.
Funny River Wildfire. T-shirt designed to raise funds for the Red Cross in their efforts to help victims affected by the Funny River Wildfire on the Kenai Peninsula of Southcentral Alaska. A fire that burned over 195,000 acres and prompted the evacuation of over 1,300 residents. All proceeds went the Red Cross of Alaska.
Hoops Camp. T-shirt made for participants in PRO Sports Club's Hoops Camp.
Mountain Conditioning. T-shirt made for participants in the popular Mountain Conditioning group fitness class at PRO Sports Club.
PRO Wallyball League. T-shirt made for participants in PRO Sports Club's Wallyball League.
PRO Tournament Champions. T-shirt made for winners of the PRO Tournament, which consisted of four different events: Volleyball, Badminton, Table Tennis, and Basketball.
Marathon Training. Run Like a PRO. T-shirt designed for participants in PRO Sports Club's Running Development group fitness class as they trained for the Seattle Marathon.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. A pro bono t-shirt design I created for a local Team In Training team as they ran to increase awareness for Leukemia & Lymphoma.
PRO Tri Team. PRO Sports Club triathlon team uniforms.
Seattle Sonics & Storm
A small sampling of projects I worked on while part of the design team for the Seattle Sonics & Storm.
Player bio/trading cards.
2004-05 Season pocket schedule.
2004-05 Season pocket schedule holders.
Peep Impact. This was a collaboration with two other coworkers for the annual Peep contest that the Seattle Times hosts. We won the Grand Prize for our design which was to recreate the movie poster for the movie, Deep Impact, using nothing but Peeps candy.
Weight Loss Store
This was a team collaboration where I art directed the designers in creating this test store at PRO Sports Club that was opened to provide expert help for any diet, product or program. Members could meet with a dietitian for a consultation and sign up for our 20/20 LifeStyles Weight Loss Program. If the store was successful, we would look to open a location in the Bellevue Square Mall (the Eastside's premier shopping center). While the design was a success and the store was profitable, it was not opened in the mall. Instead, a version of this store was permanently opened at the club itself.
PRO Sports Club started a CrossFit gym. When my logo was chosen as the logo for the gym, I was tapped to help design and create the graphics for the space. Originally, the contractors wanted a large vinyl graphic of the logo on one of the main walls. While that was a great idea, I was thinking outside the box and proposed a more cutting edge idea with a 3D logo raised off the wall that had glowing green lights behind that really made it stand out. The owner and contractors liked the concept so much that they gave me the green light to move forward. The rest of the gym was molded after the color scheme of the logo I created. I was involved in the whole design process from start to finish which included helping to design the graphics in the gym and promotional materials such as flyers, signs and advertisements.