Since 2012 - This is a selection of logos created by Lisa since 2012.
Oregon Innovation Award
This was the strongest logo design of a series created by Lisa for the Oregon Innovation Award that recognizes and honors the active pursuit of public service breakthrough innovation between public service organization and the Portland State University Hatfield School’s Center for Public Service.
The Oregon Grotto is a non profit organization with the purpose of to promoting the conservation of caves, advancing the study and science of speleology, and promoting fellowship among those interested in caves.
This Portland State University student group was created during an Advertising class that required participants to create a media plan for the Portland Children's Museum. To learn more about the project, click here.
464 Marketing Group
This logo was designed for a marketing group made of four professionals that conducted market research and proposed a marketing plan for Portland State University College of Urban and Public Affairs. Lisa conducted much of the research and completed much of the copy as well as most of the design elements. To see the report, click here.
Extraordinary Women Leaders in Speleology
Extraordinary Women Leaders in Speleology is a non-profit created to celebrate and support women interested in the science and sport of speleology. Lisa has been responsible for all branding and design related to the brand since 2010.
StudioM was a conceptual project for a wine bar that targeted millennials without putting boundaries on the culture of wine culture.
This is a label duo was created by Lisa for a tribute to a newly united couple in the wedding colors of navy blue and yellow. A custom pattern was created to mirror the Korbel style and the whole project was designed to showcase the couple’s modern country flair. The front label is customized with details about the bride and groom and the back lable contains photography provided from a professional shoot done by another artist.
Korbel for Cameron & Kate
This is the front label of the bottle. It contains the wedding colors of navy blue and yellow and is customized with details about the couple. You will notice the custom pattern created to mirror the Korbel style.
Korbel for Cameron & Kate
This is the back label of the bottle. It contains the wedding colors of navy blue and yellow and shows the beautiful photography that the couple had done for the occasion. You will notice the custom pattern created to mirror the Korbel style.
2015 - Since the 90s Lisa has been working with self portraits. She has done most of this in pencil and acrylic until today. Lisa created these portraits from submissions from all over Oregon and Vancouver.
2014 - Besides a love for design and marketing, Lisa spends much of her time outdoors. This is a selection she created from a series of animals (fauna) found in and around caves in Washington.
Since 2013 - As a volunteer for several non-profit organizations, Lisa is constantly called on to create designs for apparel. Some designs are still available for purchase.
This is the third annual shirt designed by Lisa for the All-Grrs-Cave-Trip hosted by EWLS, a non-profit dedicated to celebrating and supporting women interested in the science and sport of speleology. It is glow in the dark and only two colors. The image is inspired by international cave photographer Christine Grosart.
2016 AGCT Event T-Shirt
This is the 2016 annual shirt designed for the All-Grrs-Cave-Trip hosted by EWLS, a non-profit dedicated to celebrating and supporting women interested in the science and sport of speleology. It is glow in the dark and only two colors. The image is inspired by a piece of artwork by Tabitha Rossman. Check out the design process in my blog post here.
AGCT 2014 Even Shirt
This is the second annual shirt designed by Lisa for the All-Grrs-Cave-Trip hosted by EWLS, a non-profit dedicated to celebrating and supporting women interested in the science and sport of speleology. It is glow in the dark to fall in line with the brand's identity as a practice that occurs in the dark. Lisa created a publication for the event too. Click here to read more.