Patrick has worked extensively over the years in a broad range of design disciplines – From web design and branding, to posters and print design.

In recent years, a huge focus has been put on working with indigenous organizations and projects to take control and redefine the stereotypical narrative that often depicts native peoples in Canada.

 

Branding and visual identity development can be a huge step for most businesses and organizations, and over the years Patrick has been involved in helping create and refine many successful brands and campaigns.

From the basics of a logo to a brand guide and everything in between, Patrick will work closely to develop an identity that really speaks to your audience and builds towards your future goals.

RIO Theatre Specialty Posters

RIO THEATRE – Specialty Posters

Since 2012 Patrick has been designed over a hundred specialty event posters for the RIO Theatre in East Vancouver, BC.

KANATA FESTIVAL – Branding

The KANATA festival was an indigenous peoples in Canada food, music, and culture event that took place in Vancouver, BC from June 19 – July 1, 2017.

Patrick was brought on early to develop the festival branding and create every graphic element of the festival from the website, to posters, banners, and signage.

KANATA ON TURTLE ISLAND

RIO Grind Film Festival

RIO GRIND FILM FESTIVAL – Branding

The RIO Grind Film Festival is an event and competition put on by the RIO Theatre to showcase the most exhilarating new genre films from across the world.

Patrick developed an entire brand for the multiple years of the vestigial including a logo, festival graphics, and posters.

X̱AAYDA HUB

X̱AAYDA HUB – Website & Branding

The X̱aayda Hub was a shared co-working space and social enterprise based out of Skidegate, BC. Patrick created an entire brand including logo, banners, and website.

GIVING VOICE

GIVING VOICE – Poster & Branding

Giving Voice was a music event put on by The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art in Vancouver, BC. They brought Patrick on board to develop a visual identity and marketing campaign to promote the event.

HAIDA GWAII HIGHER EDUCATION SOCIETY

HAIDA GWAII HIGHER EDUCATION SOCIETY – Website, Signage, and Branding

The Haida Gwaii Higher Education Society is a non-profit post secondary organization that delivers outdoor experiential programs for students from across the world. Patrick was approached to do a full branding re-design which included development of a new logo that is inspired by typical university identities, but with a uniquely Haida Gwaii feel.

BENJAMIN AYRES

BENJAMIN AYRES – Website

Benjamin Ayres is a Toronto-based actor most well known for his starring roles in Saving Hope and Jpod. Patrick has worked with Ben for years and most recently developed a new actor website to promote his work.

FIRST NATIONS TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL

FIRST NATIONS TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL – Program Graphics

The First Nations Technology Council is an indigenous organization that promotes and supports indigenous peoples in having a more prominent role in the BC technology industry. Patrick was brought on to develop a visual identity for their latest “Bridging to Technology” education programming.

MISS QUINCY

MISS QUINCY – Logo, Clothing, and Website

Miss Quincy and the Showdown is a down and dirty rock n’ roll group from BC. They have an old-timey aesthetic with modern sensibilities, so with that in mind Patrick developed a clean word mark and colour scheme that is used throughout their branding.

HAIDA HERITAGE CENTRE

HAIDA HERITAGE CENTRE – Website

The Haida Heritage Centre is located in Skidegate, BC, and Patrick was contracted by them to develop a new website that will help the centre better communicate their facilities to the public.

ANDREW BARBER

ANDREW BARBER – Website

Andrew Barber is a Vancouver-based actor and comedian. In 2017 Patrick revamped Andrew’s website to better promote his work.

HAIDA FISHING CHARTERS

HAIDA FISHING CHARTERS – Website & Logo Refinements

Haida Fishing Charters is a fishing tourism company based Out of Haida Gwaii. Patrick was commissioned by them to develop a website and revise their original logo, which was four salmon eggs together. The new logo is vastly simplified with a bold wordmark.