As the brand marketing designer for Jack Morton Worldwide I've worked on a range of projects. From day-to-day email, web updates and creating pitch decks to event branding and white paper design. I've had the opportunity to work with world-class creative directors and producers and had the responsibility to own a brand that rubs shoulders with the likes of Google, Cadillac and Nike—understanding it's eccentricities, pushing it's boundaries and ensuring that we took as good care of our own brand as our clients'.
Christ Central Brooklyn is a young church located in South Brooklyn with plans to extend to sites all across New York City. The goal with the brand was to convey a sense of history coming up with a mark that both classic and current, speaking to multiple generations and cultures, from born and raised Brooklynites, to brand-new Syrian immigrants and artsy millenials.
Coastal Coffee was a personal project. I challenged myself to find an existing company with a tired, passé look, strip it back and bring it to life. Formerly hackneyed Seacoast Coffee, the roaster for my local coffee shop, Coastal Coffee is the new name I gave it, creating an entirely fresh brand and crisp, snappy e-commerce site. I like where it ended up.
First Light is video production company based in London. They needed a branding revamp to better represent their current status on the London scene. They specialize in documentary-style films and produce everything from wedding films to to music videos. Their logo needed to be simple and striking enough to stand out in their films, and to show them as a thoughtful, creative brand.
Impact is a church gap year program based in the southern region of England. In it, young people from all over the world take a year out to serve a local church and get trained in leadership, team work, and professional skills.
I'm a big fan of weddings. Designing for them can help couples shape the biggest day of their lives. I love to help them discover a visual style that will communicate their personalities and their excitement.
The projects here were opportunities to sink my teeth into projects that were more thematic and atmospheric. With Pete Coggan's album art, it was a chance to collaborate with him as a musician to create something that complimented the songs. It was a fun collaboration.
The other poster projects went down various roots of illustration and more concrete techniques.
During my two years at Kings Church, along with running the youth department, I was an in-house designer. It gave me the opportunity to design various print and online advertising campaigns, as well as to brand for the various series and programs that the organization offered. Here's a selection of some projects I helped create.