Below is a non-exhaustive collection of logos and branding that are not featured on their own elsewhere (such as my work for the VACB).
My hometown holds a family-friendly New Year's Eve celebration each year, where local community groups create craft, food, and entertainment options before a replica of a local landmark is lowered at midnight. The Haines Shoe House sits not far from town, and has had a few purposes over the years, sitting by the highway and making visitors double-take, like any good quality American roadside attraction. The two place names include the town (Hallam) and the township (Hellam). It has been used in various mediums by the organizing committee.
Created as an employee of Impact Advertising, this was used by the manufactured housing and other truck-dependent industries in northern Pennsylvania in their campaign to stop the implementation of tolls on Route 80 in the commonwealth.
As part of my freelance work for the owner of these businesses, I produced logos based on their rough sketches/ideas and prepared them to work in a variety of formats from web to screen print.
As part of my freelance work for this division of Brodart, I created logos for lines of furniture featured in screen and offset printed brochures.