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Holy Cross Centennial

Holy Cross Catholic Church in Yorktown, TX began in 1868 as 'St. Mary's' and was at that time a simple wooden church built by Polish settlers of the area. In 1915, the church was devastated by a fire and had to be rebuilt. I was asked to develop a mark for Holy Cross' Centennial celebration in 2015 and thought it fitting that the only surviving original architectural element, the cross that tops the steeple, take center stage.

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Shop River Ranch

In 2009, the firm I was employed with was approached by a small collective of business owners from the still relatively new River Ranch development. Their dream was to form a co-operative and maximize advertising dollars to put River Ranch's Main Street on the map as a high-end shopping destination. Simple and clean, this mark has lasted through many seasons and an evolving lineup of businesses.

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7 Chics

7 Chics began as the dream of a fashionable Lafayette woman to own a boutique. The twist? That boutique wouldn't stop at dressing shoppers for an event, but would also provide professional makeup services. Inspired by the close friendship between herself and her 6 girlfriends, the name was easily decided upon. The mark, born of the two elements in her original concept, tells the complete story of this trendy and fashionable boutique.