I’m a huge fan of origami and I probably do cranes the most. They are fairly easy to do once you get the hang of it. I put together this 10 step guide so you can start adorning your house little paper cranes or, like I do, make mobiles!
Suds is a new business concept I developed for a dream bar I will open some day. The idea is to make chores a little more easy and fun and create an environment that is as relaxing as home but maybe a bit more enjoyable. Since I don’t currently have funding to open Suds I decided to flush out the brand and web design as a start. The “Weekly Clycle” will light up (change to orange) as the days of the week progress, just like the cycles on a washing machine. Check out the Laundry and Liquor pages!
This was a special project assigned to me for the layout of an entire 2012 calendar. I designed the spread for each month as well as all graphics with tattoo factoids. My goal was to make it colorful, as tattoos are, but not distract from the main photograph on each month. I used smaller images of tattoos to highlight holidays and special occasions. See the entire tattoo calendar.
The play Things We Want indulges one of the hardest questions we face in life “what do I want?” I sat in during a reading of the play to find the inspiration for this poster, during which I jotted down all the things the playwright deems the characters to want. From the simple things like ginger ale bottles and jigsaw puzzles to the undefined like love. What do three parent-less brothers want from this life other than to be happy? You’ll have to watch the play to find out.
The Kerbey Lane reward card project was one I fully implemented from conception of the program, designing the card, setting up its functionality into our POS and designing the webpages used to activate the cards. These are two of those pages.
Clybourne Park is a Pulitzer prize winning play about race, gentrification and fear of change. I designed this poster with some influence from M.C Esher and how light and dark mirror, balance and live harmoniously together.
My fifteen minutes of fame, which was actually 7 minutes, took place in West Chester, PA. I had the honor of being on national TV as a guest host on QVC. It’s more like driving to a compound and entering the Willy Wonka factory but it was great experience nonetheless. I would love to have shown the video on this site so everyone could see how calm, cool and collected I was during my LIVE broadcast, but QVC is on lock down and I’m just happy to have this screenshot.