I have worked with Ajoy on 3 different projects and he continues to impress me with his skill and efficiency. He's the best.
- BAY ICE 88
My client was very happy with their logo design and BAY ICE 88 was very easy to work with.
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.
Oasys did an excellent job in interpreting what we were looking for to represent our Wildlife Hotline. After his first submission, few changes were needed for him to refine our vision. The logo is beautiful, clean and simple. It will be easily recognizable as our mark. What more can one ask for?
How RonNeal99 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Amy Jo Berman
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Amy Jo Berman has been a powerful influence and tastemaker in the entertainment industry for 18 years. As Vice President of Casting at HBO for 14 years, Amy has overseen and facilitated the casting for well over 150 films, mini-series and series, and her casts have won countless Emmy and Golden Globe awards.
Amy is now an independent casting director, audition coach, speaker and entrepreneur. As a high-level casting director, Amy is at the forefront of harnessing the power social media to connect with actors, and is building a network of clients and sharing her experience to help actors throughout the world.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Trying to avoid Hollywood cliche logo: Absolutely no comedy/tragedy masks.
Logo needs to connect strongly with the acting community and evoke feelings of success and living the red carpet life in a classy but not cheesy way.