Throughout my career, I’ve done various projects for large and small business clients alike. Trusted by international brands like Bluehost and HostGator, my multifaceted process effectively and efficiently roots out the best solution for each individual client’s needs.
Whether it’s a WordPress blog theme, full rebranding, character concept, or short-run production work, I can help! Additionally, my clients keep their overhead low as my services are more affordable than hiring a full-time employee. Since I work completely independently, you don’t need to worry about your needs getting lost in translation passing between agency departments.
Get in touch to find out more about my rates and packages or learn more about my services below.
Contract & Small Business Services for Hire
- Digital marketing consulting
- Brand identity design
- Business cards
- Letterhead and correspondence stock
- Traditional and interactive advertising design
- WordPress theme and plugin development
- HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and PHP development
- UX design and wireframes
- Database migration and cPanel administration
- Competitive analysis and digital trend research
- Social media marketing
- Video editing
- Concept art and illustration
Past Freelance Clients and Corporate Work
UX Design and WordPress Development
A former colleague, Machielle Thomas, contacted me to build the Bluehost blog theme, since they were looking to redesign. They had worked with their in-house designer some mockups, but they didn’t have a developer on staff with time available to complete it. Their blog was built on WordPress and Machielle worked with me during the
The Pro Pages plugin generates a WordPress (WP) custom post type for information about various PGA Pros. Each Pro Page contains equipment, apparel for major tournaments, and a Twitter feed. This project was an effort to migrate my successful What’s in the Bag? (WITB) PHP application built for Golfsmith over to Golf Town. Due to
The Golf Town blog came into play as a way to move several successful digital programs over from Golfsmith. Unfortunately, the What’s in the Bag (WITB) PHP applications that I built for Golfsmith didn’t work on Golf Town’s server environment. Due to this, I made the suggestion that the WITB Pro Pages content be incorporated
The Golfsmith blog was an effort to bring Golfsmith to the content marketing forefront and to direct social traffic towards the website. First of all, I researched and created wireframes of the best option for the blog layout and content organization. In addition, I set up the blog, installed the appropriate plugins, and developed the
Logo and Brand Identity
When transitioning from a partnership to a solo operation, Ramey Ko approached me about establishing the brand identity for The Ko Law Firm. This local Austin firm specializes in corporate and real estate law. Through my brand identity exploration questionnaire, I learned that Ramey wanted to build feelings of trust, professionalism, and friendliness from his
I established the brand identity for Pecan Street Web Solutions when Matt Haracz launched the e-commerce and website management company. Most of all, Matt loved the trees featured in some golf logos, so that was my creative direction. Due to the Pecan Street reference, I felt it needed a taste of downtown Austin. I gathered
Since the CEO of Hellas Construction wanted to enhance and tailor sales presence, their generic pop-up banners needed to be redesigned. Additionally, the business development team told me they wanted to add action to their pitches by highlighting local college athletes. As a result, I asked multiple universities to send me professional action shots. The
Bob Weingarten, owner of Amazon Juice Company, developed Lyfe water. Since Lyfe is bottled at the heart of the Amazon, Bob wanted the brand identity to feel like the rainforest. In addition to this new brand identity, I designed the package concept. As a result, watercolor textures and bright colors support the brand tagline of
Illustration and Concept Art
When the art directors working with Kettlebell Kings put out a call for a figure illustrator on Facebook, I answered. The company was looking to enhance their social content with infographics of their workouts. My digital illustration and figure drawing experience was especially relevant for the gig. The Kettlebell Kings Character Concept Art & Model
Golfsmith’s social media manager wanted to end the 2016 tournament season with a bang. He asked me to do some PGA Pro sketch videos for the 5 Players to Watch at the PGA Championship blog post, after seeing the Facebook response to one of my time lapse art videos. During my weekend, I illustrated portraits
Golden Spirits produced a private-label vodka-infused whipped cream with Temperance Distillery. I brainstormed multiple names and the owner chose Whip’t. Due to my excitement about the project, the owner gave me carte blanche on the branding and packaging. Since we discussed playing off of a 1950s aesthetic, I digitally painted a pin-up girl, named Miss
Pen & ink illustration commissions also available at SamSoper.Art.