Rocktown Slops | Off the Beaten Press

I am always so flattered when friends turn to me to help them with the next big step in their lives. Logan, a wonderful gentleman, excellent musician and chef, approached me with a logo design request. He is starting a sloppy joe food truck in Harrisonburg called Rocktown Slops. I’m lucky enough to have previewed


In the process of trying to stay on top of my personal design work, I updated my Sample Body of Work! I chose a variety of logos, work from college, previous jobs and my current job! It’s a little long, and I want to condense it, but I am happy that it is fresh for


I recently joined a soccer team in Richmond. I am super thankful because I had been looking for a group of people to play with for a while now. We are called “The Wild Yaks.” Our captain approached me to do a logo for our t-shirts and I couldn’t be happier with the result. It

logo: Videos for Youth |

At Salem, we often find new markets to reach out to. Using the backing of WorshipHouse Media,we decided to try and expand into the Youth Group arena. The new site is called VideosForYouth. I got to do the logo for us. I wanted it to be fun and bright. Trendy was certainly okay since it


Did a logo for my brother. He now has his own 3D printer with his friend Neil & I worked on something quick for them. The stacking of the letters came from the idea of how the printer builds layer on layer to create the final form. He seemed to be pretty excited about it


So I led my small group a few weeks ago and to bribe them in case I was awful at it I made them bookmarks… Then I used the same layout of the bookmark to make wallpapers for my company… I think I like it…Text is from Romans 8:38-39


When I was in Hawaii last May, I got the wonderful opportunity to hang with some friends from the US Navy. A few approached me last week asking if I could help them with a project. Since they were so hospitable & made my birthday so memorable, of course I would do it.  They needed


My dear friend Caitlin was joking about starting a crepe cart. I am wholeheartedly for this and think she should come up with a Kickstarter to do it! Of course to inspire her I did a logo – its supposed to be representational of the batter being moved in a circle across the hot iron


The posters that I made for one of my freelance clients have been spotted around! I still have not had the chance to see one in person but I am hoping to one day! They are in malls & airports & bus stations! If you see an ad for Geoffrey Beene Gives Back or Us Against Alzheimers,