Branding for new Electrical company Lowlands.
Lowlands wanted a Hawkes Bay vibe, an Art Deco feel, earthy tones, and the Earthed symbol all rolled into their brand identity, with a simple modern touch.
Rebranding for popular snow sports store Snow Xchange to also include umbrella brands.
Identity needed to be clean, flexible and free to adapt along with the growing collective, and be able to be implemented through multiple mediums (as signage, clothing, coffee cups, shopping bags, stickers, stencils etc). - all at a low cost.
A strong brand presence was important not just in store and training gym, but in public and on snow too. We achieved this by designing clothing and accessories customers and riders could wear with pride on the street or while they train. This also helped create a further sense of community and belonging.
Breakthrough offers free assistance to anyone lacking confidence in the way their earthquake claim is progressing.
They needed a logo what conveyed a sense ease, hope and warmth while still feeling very neural.
Print and digital advertising for Kaibosh, Wellington’s first food rescue organisation.
For their Make a Meal in May campaign they needed something bright and fun, using all their brand colours, that appeals to a wide target audience.
Design and styling for UCOL’s student publication, CREW Magazine.
Photography by Jesse Willson
Styling by myself
Article by Daniel Stevens
The Winter Issue:
Photography by Grant Matthew
Styling by myself
Article by Jesse Strong
The Music Issue:
Photography Supplied by Bands
Article by myself
Watercolour painting commissioned for children’s bedroom.
Album art Play One We All Know Vol II for Wellington Artist Graeme James.
Logo and Business card for Simone from Wild Felt.
Simone wanted a simple, hand made chalk/painted feel to her brand identity.