In August 2016, I had the pleasure to participate in Titus Smith and Seth Gale’s Permanent Records project. Each artist got to choose a song to reinterpret into a tattoo, and I picked Sufjan Stevens’ “Justice Delivers Its Death.” There is life beyond life, and the fickleness of putting your hope in the ephemeral really hits me every time I listen to this song.
Visual collateral for a small group I'm a part of founded on the principles of camaraderie, helpful & honest feedback, and ridiculous GIFs.
MetaLabbers, assemble! Made some fun visuals to be used on the web, apparel, stickers, and more for MetaLab's annual employee summit.
Originally created as part of the A Gallery Far, Far Away show at Creative South 2016, this screen print looks great in any smuggler's ship or backwater cantina.
Buy one (or two)!
- 2/0 print on French Construction Pure White 100C
- Printed by Mama's Sauce in Orlando, FL
Onboarding illustrations for Notarize, an iOS app for getting your documents in front of an actual notary quickly and painlessly.
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Illustrations and supporting visual elements from a variety of projects.
Screen & print graphics for a sermon “super-series” on the Gospels at Southland Christian Church. I really wanted to pull in some more orthodox iconography into Southland’s visual language with this project, so after a fair amount of research I opted for the Four Evangelists.
Spot illustrations for an article about the best way to build a minimum viable product.
Marketing illustrations for Sudo, an iOS app that lets you set up personas to protect your data while shopping or interacting online.
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Some shirts I’ve designed for sale on Cotton Bureau, with varying degrees of success. If you see one you like, head over and request for it to come back!
Contribution to Matt Daniels’ Character Kits project.
No GhostCrime™ investigator worth her salt would be caught (un)dead without these trusty items—though maybe invest in the name-brand sample baggies next time.
Various portrait illustrations I’ve made for personal projects or practice.
Was thrilled to participate in Jonathan Lawrence’s State Plates Project in 2014 for my state, Kentucky.
The use of navy, gold, and white come from the flag and seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. I dove into Kentucky’s rich heritage of horse breeding and racing with some jockey silks and a “call to post” bugle reminiscent of that of Keeneland or Churchill Downs.
The text on the registration tag is a shout-out to a particular distilled state beverage.
Logos & branding collateral from a variety of projects
Custom type samples created for a variety of illustration and branding projects.
Wanted to give a little more considered and smooth visual approach to some of the more ubiquitous emoji. Would you buy these as buttons? Seriously, send me a note about it.
Two versions of illustrations for MetaLab’s careers page, extolling the various benefits of working there.
Complete Autonomy, Unlimited Vacation, Remote Friendly, & Excellent Benefits