Bridal Wedding Network Concept Website

This concept was created for the founding company to take to venture capitalists. The goal was to create a website that would be the "Angie’s List" for the wedding consumer. The customers would rate the vendors and rank them based on certain criteria.

Takeda Thai Restaurant Flier

September 4th, 2012

Takeda Thai Restaurant Flier

Having created the brand and logo for this locally owned Thai / Japanese fusion restaurant, this flier helped kick off the grand opening. Combining beautiful food styling photography with a modern approach, the goal was to attract a more upscale and discriminating palette.

My New Joint Concept Website

September 4th, 2012

My New Joint Concept Website

Designed as a sales-presentation tool to venture capital companies, this concept website for "My New Joint" created a community for people with joint replacements to share recovery tips. They would be able to get advice from local orthopedic surgeons and feel connected to others with joint issues.

Valley Oak Villas brochure spread

September 4th, 2012

Valley Oak Villas brochure spread

Valley Oak Villas was a duplex-community in southern California that had been recently renovated by the seller. The seller’s goal was to play up the image of the units to appeal to a more discriminating investor. Beautiful photography combined with some visually stunning printing techniques produced a brochure that helped sell the units based on […]

Hardrock Concept Website

September 4th, 2012

Hardrock Concept Website

A local Phoenix valley company with a long history of service commissioned this concept as an effort to upgrade their image. With an already visually appealing logo, it wasn’t a huge step to create a site that screamed “We do everything ROCK related.” The hand with a trowel off to the right was to be […]

USTurf Concept Website

August 28th, 2012

USTurf Concept Website

This was a concept layout designed for US Turf, a company specializing in the production and installation of artificial turf for both private and commercial use. We took the existing logo and created a proposed web-presence, lush and pervasively green, drawing the customer into the notion that "artificial turf" is less "artificial" and more "turf."