Art-directed a team of designers that created the logo, brand, and starter kit for Atly.com, where students can take a variety of online courses.
Worked with a team of designers to create the brand for Havvn and packaging for their health and beauty products.
Designed and illustrated the packaging for Kore baseballs. The Kore Ball is a genuine leather, hand-stitched baseball with a cushioned core that helps build confidence in young ballplayers.
Worked with a team of designers on a variety of digital and print work for MonaVie.
Worked with a team of designers to rebrand SafeNet, based in Belcamp, MD. Safenet is the fifth largest vendor in the security market and third largest provider of information security solutions in the world.
Personal typography project. An ambigram is a word written in such a way that it is legible when inverted, or turned 180 degrees.
Art directed a team of designers to rebrand the western arm of Alphay, a global health and nutrition company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. The rebrand included logo design, websites, coffee and tea packaging, brochures, event signage, and multiple photoshoots.
Worked with a team from Axis41 and glasses.com to create the user experience and user interface for the glasses.com 3Dfit app.
From glasses.com: "Using your device's camera, 3Dfit creates a 3D model of your face. The model is paired with scans of 2,000+ frames in our inventory, creating an interactive photorealistic image. Unlike other virtual try-on technology, with glasses.com for iPad and iPhone you can try on and view frames from any angle—perfectly scaled to your face."
"Without question, the glasses.com app represents the state of the art in virtual style shopping. It's superb technology that really works and could save a lot of people a lot of embarrassment."
- David Pogue, The New York Times
"The Best: Try on as much as you want without actually having to try it on."
- Ashley Feinberg, GIZMODO
"You don't need to have 20/20 vision to see the appeal of the new and free glasses.com app for iPad."
- Marc Saltzman, USA Today
"Hate Trying On Glasses? A New App Ends The Misery."
- Bruce Upbin, Forbes
"Thanks to a new iPad app by Glasses.com, dragging a friend to the store may be a thing of the past."
- Brigitt Hauck, realsimple.com
Various digital projects for Adobe's marketing cloud division.
Part of a gallery show on the theme of Travel. The typography is based on lyrics from songs by My Brightest Diamond, Modest Mouse, and Pink Floyed, respectively.
Logo recommendation for a local non-profit skateboard company that would have raised money to help orphanages around the world. The project ended up not moving forward, but the client still continues to help kids with the great Kaiizen Foundation.
Cover design for a fantastic YA adventure that you should go purchase immediately.
Helped rebrand and create digital and print assets for Sidera (now Lightower Fiber Networks).
Lightower’s network is connected to financial exchanges, data centers, stadiums, media and content hubs, carrier exchange points, wireless towers, enterprise locations and more. Today, the company delivers network services to over 7,500 service locations with more than 20,000 route miles of network, including fiber assets in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Chicago metro area as well as critical landing stations and exchanges internationally.
Seriously, fear it.
Created a logo for Kaiizen Foundation, a non-profit organization that serves underprivileged children (mostly orphans) through a workforce of college-aged volunteers. Its name is intentionally resemblant of "kaizen," a Japanese term roughly meaning "continual improvement" in English.
Personal project. I can't remember what this was all about.
Personal project on the greatest band to ever come from Boise, Idaho.
Personal project on the theme of anarchy, or spontaneous order.
Personal screen-printing project.
Concept for the rebranding of a thrift store. Look at those kids have fun.
Conceptual rebranding of Utah-based Indian restaurant.