featured project: simply amazing

I have been working on another multi-church event in Visalia, CA much like this event.
For this project I needed to create a poster with a totally different feel, but still utilizing the same main image of the featured entertainer Danny Ray... the differentiation came through the font choices and the vibrant red background.


featured project: FUEL Bulletin

I have been working on some "bulletin shells" for South Charleston First Church of the Nazarene (how's that for a long church name?!)
Working from the colors and energy of the FUEL logo (that i had designed previously) the goal of this design was something that continued the branding effort for FUEL, utilizing aspects of the current logo and expanding that with pictures, new texture and reformatted ministry information.

Need something similar for your ministry?! Let me know!


featured project: saddleback intern ministry ad

A few weeks ago I had blogged about a photoshoot I did for the new Saddleback Church Intern Ministry ad. Well, the photo shoot egg has now hatched and out came the advertisement below!

featured project: LOTE Ads

just finished working on these web ads for LOTE.org - Living on the Edge.
If you are looking for some great resources for small groups or personal discipleships, you should check out lote.org!

three open doors

I made a couple of web banners for Open Doors USA. They are a great organisation whose purpose is to help persecuted Christians around the world. You cn check them out at http://opendoorsusa.org/

featured project - the great illusion

I just finished this project with a group of churches up in Visalia, CA for a combined Jr High Overnighter Event. They were looking for an old French circus feel - this look is achieved through the colors, typeface and matte feel.


featured project: cmi

I am just finishing up a branding project for Cornerstone Media International (CMI) and wanted to share this project with you.
The goal with this design was to focus on an iconic base for CMI that was built into the logo, but wasn't simply the acronym... the play button and radio waves deliver a simple picture of exactly what the purpose of CMI is, which is to deliver your message to the world.