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I am a graphic designer working in the Grand Rapids, MI area at The Image Shoppe. I am passionate at creating work that is designed to communicate, inspire, and make lasting impressions. Like what you see? Drop me a personal email or contact our agency and we discuss expanding your business through good design. Because good design equals good business.

Everpresent Logo

When you have enterprise software that monitors your entire computer system for your company with a million eyes wherever you go and reports back so you can always see what is going on—it's kind of like you are ever present. That was this software app does. The word “ever” is reflected in the infinity symbol (which also looks like two eyes) and of course is present inside of the “P.”

Bella Spark Proposed Posters

The ethereal quality of the night or early morning light, it is hard to describe. The band Bello Spark has a reflection of that quality. Here are posters  and imagery that was proposed for use on their 2013 tour.

Emonlade Logo

This logo is for a web development framework and tools system for a friend of mine. It is an open sourced program that can be built upon, hence the multiple components coming together to form an “e.”   You can find out more at emonlade.net

Perfect Fit Logo

This logo was created for a special needs class that is offered at Plainfield Christian Church in Indiana. The interconnecting polygon supports the name "perfect fit" with another shape that contains the icon of a happy child. The mark is intended to be happy and inviting to both parents and children alike. The color scheme was directed to match the treehouse ministries I had done previously, seeing it is in the same area of the church.


Robotics, software, hardware, and water are the essence of this company. Smartcoast is an industrial robot and equipment company located along the shores of Lake Michigan that provides smart solutions for automated robotic and programing needs. Their mark needed to be fluid but also mechanical to communicate the core of their products and services—waves are hinted at on each side as they flow through a wired "s", all framed in a hex bolt shape.