Here is some of the latest stuff I've worked on, both for clients or playing around on my own.
Currently working on these pages, but once complete, they will be a deeper dive into some of
larger projects that I've done that I'm particularly proud of.
I got into graphic design thanks to Papyrus' NASCAR Racing 2 video game, which was released in 1996 when I was 11 years old. The game featured a "paint shop" where you could create your own paint schemes (or liveries, if you are so inclined) for the race cars. It didn't take long before I was spending more time working on paint schemes than I was actually racing.
Knowing that I had an interest in graphic design, my mom offered me to help a friend of hers design a gift certificate for her business. Of course, there were no digital files of the logo that she was using which meant I had to recreate it. And I did. Pixel-by-pixel in Microsoft Paint.
Over the years, my skills and tools have advanced from that first job, but my desire to pay attention to the details hasn't changed. Steve Jobs once said that design isn't just how something looks, but how it works. That sums up my design philosophy pretty well. If something looks good, that's art. If something works, that's design. Design has something it's meant to accomplish, and if it fails to do so, it's bad design.
Those are the skills I would love to bring to help your company with your design work. To get started, fill out the contact information below with some information about your project and we can get the ball rolling.