Added a couple things into the portfolio today. I designed a logo for the new student welcome for the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado. They were looking for a guitar hero/ rock n roll feel for their appropriately named event “Leeds-A-Palooza” so I was happy to design a logo for them in illustrator over the summer.
As well, I added in the cover and back to the company brochure I designed for the Beanstalk Group UK division into my Corporate Work section below the sales materials.
Checked out a few posts on Craigslist today looking for creative freelance work. I’ll be living in the Northern California region until I make the move down to Southern California in a few weeks, and I tend to utilize my free time in a creative manner, so I figure why not put that creative energy into a project. Currently looking into redesigning an outdated logo for a small internet startup which should be exciting. More updates to come.
I’m new to the blogging world but thought I’d start out by uploading some of my recent creative work from my personal and business life. Check out my “Corporate Work” “Logo Designs” “Photography” and “Photoshop” pages if you’re interested in seeing out what I’ve been up to lately.
Most of the Corporate Work was done in the UK working for a company called The Beanstalk Group, a brand licensing firm, and I had the privilege of working with each brand manager to design sales materials that fit their particular brands. As well, I threw in one of the website designs for my former company OneNetPlace.
In my Logo Design page, I’ve included the logo I developed for my former company as well as concepting work I did for NORCOMP, a rep company in Silicon Valley, and the logo design I created with Ryan Ford, one of the US’s leading Parkour experts, for a company we wrote a business plan for in our Entrepreneurial Environments class.
I’ve also included some of my photography throughout the years. A couple of them made it on the Apple Student’s site in the top rated 3 and 7 slots for student photography. All of these were taken on my old school Cannon Powershot 5 megapixel camera without any Photoshop enhancements.
Lastly for now, I’ve compiled a series of Photoshop projects I’ve done in my free time in the Photoshop section. I’ve created a few through an excellent Photoshop DVD course called Top Secret, and used various other online Photoshop workshop websites, as well as created a few of my own just for kicks including my first Photoshop project way back in high school when we were given the task of redesigning a box in a humorous way.
That’s about it for my first post. I hope you enjoy my creative work.