In conjunction with Carah Worldwide, I’ve been working with The TK Foundation for three years, providing design and writing support for the Foundation’s annual impact reports. The Foundation’s mission is to enable disadvantaged youth to succeed and to promote maritime education and safety. We’ve worked to bring that mission to life through dynamic design and[…]
“Thanks to A Girl Named Fred Design + Communication, I feel like I could take my blog by the arm and sashay down some red carpet….” ~ Jenika McDavitt Client: Jenika McDavitt of Psychology for Photographers (and other creative professionals) Projects: logo refresh, ProPhoto site design and customization and e-book designs Learn more: Psychology for[…]
Beryl Ayn Young is teacher, mentor and coach. She uses photography as her primary medium but, really, her teaching is focused on helping women get back to their essential selves… and to flourish in the process. Beryl and I have worked together for several years, and while I can’t take credit for her logo (another[…]
In mid-2015, Shaughnessy Heights United Church approached me about supporting their revisioning project. I worked with the communication team to develop a new visual identity and a host of marketing materials. The story of the symbol Before we look at the work, let’s talk about the new logo. I always say my work is story-based,[…]
I was truly proud when Amy Lee chose to work with me to create the visual identity for The Connection We Share. Her story is a touching one, and her mission is profound. Amy creates legacies of love. Through photography and letter writing, her clients create tangible expressions of the loving relationship they share – mother and child, child and mother.