From the bookshelf... Jan White’s “Graphic Idea Notebook” (1980) is full of ideas. Great for editorial design.👌
Listen to the studio playlist for April 2018 on Spotify. ☔️👉🌻
Got these Under After custom Chuck Taylor All Star low tops just in time for Spring. 🐝🌻🌤
Some tunes for a month with 2 full moons 🌝🌝—a studio playlist for March 2018 on Spotify.
I write, record and produce music to find balance and sustain engagement in demanding client work. With no deadlines, self-initiated projects can be tough to complete. For this release, I created a brief for myself to define some constraints:
The result, "From Out There" is a 21:52 journey through familiar and abstract soundscapes. It's a subtle record, perfect for headphone listening or to help focus an anxious mind.
A cover design for Lee Sargent's Alma. I wanted to focus on the overall feeling of his enveloping and meditative album. The name Alma means kind, loving and more literally, the soul. The washes of color are understated but full of potential. Looking closer, there's life in all that digital grain and noise.
While learning how to inflate an object in Cinema 4D and experimenting with soft body dynamics, I thought of a few other things that can be inflated: balloons, the prices of goods or services and our egos. I called the one above "Egos Be Like." I think we've all met someone with an ego so big, you can see it from space.
One of my earliest seamless loops, also an experiment in connecting simple geometric forms.
"TFW You Have Insomnia Because of the News" is a little looping animation, offset in time. Seven smiley faces power through seven days of the week, looping through the endless news cycle. To put on a good face, to get the simple smilely to look right as the surface of the sphere, I had to stretch the source file a bit.
An abstract letterform experiment from the archives (2013).
Illustration for an unreleased iPad app in 2011. Sadly this project was never completed, so these illustrations remain.