In the summer and fall of 2017, BDGR started running social and digital ads that included a slow reveal of some of our favorite views from around the resort. The idea was to do our best to capture that #AhaMoment when leaving the previous green, where you pull your ball out of the cup then walk around a turn or up a dune to find one of Bandon’s epic views. Check out just a handful of the shots below.
After the 2016 election, I was looking for a way to get involved politically in my spare time. When I Googled, “Democrats of Coos County” the screen capture below is what I found when I arrived. Needless to say, it needed some help right away. I contact the CCD that evening.
I knew I could help.
First, we started off with designing a logo. I took the old video stills of a donkey kicking and traced it. Can you guess which frame my version is from? Which one would you have used?
“Animal locomotion”, 1872/85. Eadward Muygridge. Scan of 2 d images in the public domain believed to be free to use without restriction in the US.
Next up, we planned out some simple content strategy, organized a turn-key solution for members and used SquareSpace so I wouldn’t have to manage the day-to-day opporations of the website. We launched the website in August of 2017! Check it out here or by clicking on one of the images below to visit CoosDems.org:
RRCT asked WRCA if they could donate some design hours to their new logo. It was approved! We submitted a lot of great logos and here is the final result!
Here was the official submission:
What a great brand for the south coast of Oregon! Here is a link to their website.
Logo submissions that did not make the cut:
Oregon Coast Visitors’ Association used one of my Rural Tourism Studio photos in their blog post!
BDGR was mentioned on this great Golf.com list! They even used one of my photos. Thanks, gang!
Find the post here:
Golf Digest used some of the video we shot out at Old Mac!
Check it out here!
I was asked to make a t-shirt logo for Coos Bay’s March For Science!
Here are the national brand graphics I started with: https://sites.google.com/view/m4s/home
Some of the SV footage Nick Martin and I shot made GOLF.com’s Courses to Watch list!