Like many artists, I carry a sketchbook with me everywhere. Favorite subjects: flora and random train passengers.
From January through November 2013, the Thirteens Project focused on historic events that occurred on the thirteenth day of each month, producing illustrated screen-savers for mobile devices (Apple iPhone and iPad). Whatever happened to December? Nelson Mandela passed away, evoking a moment of silence.
NKD Pizza — WINNKD Loyalty App While NKD was working with digital interactive agency LMTD to roll out a loyalty application on Facebook, I was brought in as a consultant to review the copy, design and UI. As the project has launched and its potential unfolded, I have provided ongoing support, both in integrating sponsor […]
Quadrula is a display face based on a square and the segments of a circle, with one foot in Art Deco and the other in Jim Croce.
Hinge is a display face built from the quartered segments of a circle, its diameter and radius. Nothing a little WD-40 can’t fix.
Outcast Interiors wanted to trade in their legacy Flash site for friendlier HTML. After a round of pitches, I landed the project and worked closely with them to organize their projects into a clean and friendly user experience. I designed and coded the site in its entirety, from wire-frames to style sheets, with gallery scripting […]
Aurec is a display face based on the golden rectangle. Defender meets Centipede.
Paraguas sent me the galley and a rough sketch for the cover of CS Reid’s Plucking Poetry from the Air, a young adult novel about an aspiring young poet and her adventures retrieving her manuscript in time for the big competition. From there, I pushed the direction towards cinematic urban grit meets colorful tween pop.
Omnia & Abu Dhabi Sports – TVC Storyboards Omnia approached me to illustrate two TVC boards to help launch Abu Dhabi Sports’ coverage of the English Premier League. Presented here are early sketches as well as inked and colored panels completed in a 72-hour marathon for the finals. Omnia & ADCB – Touchpoint icons Omnia asked […]