I've worn a lot of different hats over the years, in my pursuit of my family's financial security and mine and others' creative ambitions. Now it's raining, and I'm getting soaked. So I made a simple, interactive online resume and work portfolio in the spirit of Wooly Willy to get a little help finding a new hat to cover my bald head in the rain. [more inside]
For the last two weeks I have been creating desktop wallpapers based on book covers. The idea was sparked by a very old reddit post where one user asked why there weren't any high resolution images of book covers. I saw that and figured, "Why not high resolution, wallpaper ready versions of book covers?" And since they didn't exist, I started to make them. [more inside]
This is a four-minute Ken-Burns-style microdocumentary I made about Seton Hill University's Michael A. Arnzen, four-time Bram Stoker Award winner and the twisted mind behind gorelets.com. [more inside]
I have re-designed several classic Disney movie posters, giving each one a quirky twist! I'd love to hear your thoughts!
I just finished my girlfriend's new website showcasing her sweet illustration and design skills. I think it is nice.
For the past few years I've been developing techniques for computational graphic design. This is my new website, showing some of my work.
After five long years, I've just recently graduated with a design degree, and this is the result.