Rogue Creative Development Samples

We are a young fast-growing agency that is just over 3 years old and have worked with companies such as Orange County United Way, Friendship Shelter of Laguna Beach, CASA of OC, Guardians of the Children, Lot 318, Opening Doors with Teagan and more! Feel free to scroll on through or use the buttons below to jump to the section you want to see.

Cinematography Samples

Friendship Shelter Gala Video

Friendship Shelter approached Rogue about creating a fresh video for the 30th anniversary gala. In the past they had always done a “talking-head” video and they wanted something different. It needed to be hopeful and demonstrate that every person’s journey to housing is unique. Rogue developed the concept, scripted the video, shot and edited the project and provided the voiceover artist.

United to End Homelessness Campaign (United Way)

Orange County United Way approached Rogue about creating assets for the United to End Homelessness campaign they were spearheading. Rogue developed concepts for video projects, podcasts, photography and design. For video, we settled on a series of videos that we shot and edited featuring the stories of homeless men and women across Orange County. For each video, we produced a full length version (around 2 min), a :30 version, a :15 version and a :06 version. (Here are an example of each.)


CASA of Orange County

Photography Samples

Check out our gallery below of just some of our non-profit based photography.These photos are used for web, social media, print and online advertising purposes. If you’d like to see more of our photography work, please go here.

CASA of Orange County


Harvest India


Design Samples

CASA OC End of Year Appeal and Annual Report

Rogue worked with CASA of Orange County to design an overall aesthetic for materials for the coming year beginning with these pieces. Rogue strategized the look and feel with the goals of CASA and also provided design and all photography.


LOT318 is a non-profit organization working to give and impoverished neighborhood in Placentia hope through education. Their previous logo was designed by a student, but had created a barrier from allowing potential donors to take them seriously. Rogue worked with LOT318 to define their “why” and the values that were most important to them. In the end, LOT318 decided on a rebrand strategy that still kept the organic, “hand drawn” feel of their previous branding but in a way that was more professional.

LOT318 Original Logo (No Brand Standards)


LOT318 Rebrand (With Brand Standards)

Website Samples

 Here are some links to websites we’ve strategized, designed and developed.


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