Here's just a small sampling of the some work I've done over the years.
This client wanted their new baby room to have an underwater theme, but had no idea how to go about doing it. I gave them some initial options and developed the one they liked. The cartoon sea characters were just laminated printouts that were placed on the wall. The water effect was just two colors of blue rolled on together. They were thrilled with the results and ended up saving a lot of time and money.
I worked with architect Leigh Overland on this project. He was working on a proposal to tear down this dilapidated building and design a brand new commercial building in it’s place. He was having trouble getting the town zoning board to approve the design so he enlisted me for some help. I worked on many revisions and supplied supplied him with these final renditions to show what the new building would look like when it is up. He presented these to the board and it did the trick! He got the approval he needed.
After designing a logo and website for a new restaurant in town called the Old Post Tavern, I talked to the owner about the exterior. The old restaurant had a plain white exterior and I told the owner I can give him some ideas. I supplied him with a few options of beige, black, and burgundy. The photos were helpful to show to the landlord how the different colors would look instead of keeping the white color. Everyone liked the burgundy and you can see how nicely it turned out.
See how easy picking out a new appliance is? This client couldn’t tell if black or stainless steel would look best. Now they see it and now they know how it will look. The process is easy. Just email me a picture of your current space and the new appliances you would like to see in place. Redecorating has never been easier!
An architect requested digital renditions for his clients to see the design before any work was done.