I'm open to design and creative decisions. The only thing I think would be cool is utilizing creative typography concerning the 'Boldt'. This is my last name and for the past few years has been my personal brand of choice. It's how I choose to introduce myself now, and as such I stake a lot of pride in my name.
Phonetically it's pronounced more like 'Bolt' (and is often misspelled as a result). However, the unusual lettering of my last name provides a unique opportunity. Namely, hiding the word 'Bold' inside of it. What got me really excited was the idea of using a bold character inline to separate the 'd' from the rest of its phonetic counterpart. I keep envisioning it as a bold lowercase 'd' among the rest of the letters, or maybe you as a designer have a better idea.
Additional side note; I'm a big fan of triangles and triskelion. If you can find a clever way to incorporate one (or both) I would be greatly appreciative.
Any way you slice it, feel free to contact me. I'd love to hear from you and can't wait to see what you come up with.
In effort to create the most effective & iconic design, both the logo and typographical layout should be just as strong and commanding solo as they would when married together. While both designs may compliment each other if either element is too dependent upon the other it will create design constraints in the future when planning out additional projects.