D9creative rocked my design competition with a design that hit my brand vision squarely on the head. I wrote a detailed design brief and got a lot of submissions that came close to what I wanted, but it wasn't until I saw D9creative's submission for the first time that I thought, "This is precisely what I asked for." She knocked it out of the park almost on the first try but was also happy to work with me on some little tweaks to ensure the design scaled perfectly, and she provided me with different color treatments (color, black and white, outline, etc) to meet all of my needs. I feel very lucky that she happened upon my contest and highly, highly recommend her.
How Chris Allsop started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Chris Allsop Photography
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a wedding photographer. My style is very candid and tells the story of a couple's day from start to finish. My products are high quality - I don't shoot a million images hoping to get one good one. I craft the photos to capture the romance, story, and joy of a wedding day. My business is love and memories, captured on camera.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I want the logo to show my creativity and playfulness but also my experience. Women are the decision makers when it comes to weddings so it needs to appeal to them but not be so feminine that men are turned off by it. Something elegant that speaks quality but not pretentiousness., playful but not silly, romantic but not tacky. Check out http://www.chrisallsopphotography.com.au