Logo and Identity Designs

Creating your unique visual identity

A successful logo design will strike a balance between form and function, creating a unique visual identity for you. This will distinguish you from the competition. Below is a sampling of logos I have recently designed.

Super Yacht Racing Association logo
Superyacht Racing Association

I designed this logo for the Superyacht Racing Association (SYRA), a non-profit organization that was established to be the word-wide authority and governing body for superyacht racing.

Genesee Valley Golf Course logo
Monroe County Golf Courses

I was hired to design a new logo for each of the three Monroe County (NY) golf courses. Above is the Genesee Valley Golf Course logo.
Click here to see all the Monroe County Golf logos I designed.

Sunset Ridge Golf logo
Sunset Ridge Golf Club

This design was inspired by the many Purple Martins that live around the course.

Cox Law Group logo
California Law Group

The Cox Law Group, located in Redondo Beach, CA, focuses on "Navigating the legal system for clients." Reflecting this focus, I incorporated a compass rose into the "O" of the Group's name. I also designed their letterhead and business cards.

Our Lady Queen of Peace and St. Thomas More monogram
Identity for Two Parishes

The parishes of Our Lady Queen of Peace and St. Thomas More are Roman Catholic Communities in Rochester, NY. I designed this monogram to be a symbol of both their unity and individual traditions.

FTA logo
Feed The Ads

A digital ad network, Feed The Ads, uses a portion of its revenue to fund the arts. The letterforms symbolize the interconnectedness of funding and the arts. They also reflect two art symbols: the F is a modified Forte, and the A is the shape of an easel.

Key West Race Week logo
Key West Race Week

From 2003-2016 I was the art director for Key West Race Week, America's premier regatta. Each year I designed the promotional materials and an event logo.
Click here to see previous event logos.

Lyndon Golf logo
Lyndon Golf

This logo was designed when the Lyndon Golf Course began operation under new ownership. The caligraphic type treatment symbolizes the rolling hills of the course.

Miami Grand Prix logo
Miami Grand Prix

This regatta's identity includes colors and type inspired by Miami's art deco district.