I was commissioned by a Twitch Streamer to rebrand her stream graphics to have a more "E-Sports" feel while incorporating gaming and her love of spaghetti.
A logo/brand illustration for a Twitch.tv channel representing a phantom blacksmith's arm and hammer.
Logo design for a website that charts and follows Drum and Bugle Corps progress during their summer competitive season. A football field was the inspiration for this design.
An isometric illustration study of a MacBook Pro TouchBar rendered in Adobe Illustrator.
Logo and brand identity for Bad Apple located in Florida. The logo is used on t-shirts, for decals and car signage.
A Tulsa, OK based entrepreneur was needing a sports themed logo variation for a self promotional tshirt.
Logo for a coffee shop and a to go mug design. A 70's feel was the primary starting point for this logo.
Logo concept for a business chat platform similar to Slack and Skype. The focus for this logo was centered on the name of the company but still focused on the primary chat functionality.
I completely redesigned my old logo that was approaching 12 years old. The goal for this new logo was to have a full size hand written style and a logo mark style that could fit in smaller spaces but still emulate the full size version.
A branding concept for Wenatchee National forest. The focus of this design was on flexibility. The ability to use the design on signage, vehicle decals (left) and even patches for staff members (right).
Technical illustrations for a non-profit organization that teaches Southern African communities about water collection and filtration as well as solar cooking using a solar stove they manufacture and sell at cost.
A business needed an animal mascot for web and print media. The illustration was provided in orange as shown as well as a blue variant.
Similar to pretty much any competitive sport, there are fantasy leagues that follow them. These are some representatives of the dozens of uniforms I have designed and illustrated for a few of these fantasy leagues for the Drum and Bugle Corps fan base.
This is a hollow form, thin walled vase style brooch with a sterling silver band at the top. The flower is actually a pine cone that was carved by a south Texas artisan.
A tri-color brooch in copper, brass and nickel. It is approximately two inches in diameter.
These rings are a juxtaposition study between hard and soft. The rings are made of cast sterling silver inlaid with rabbit fur.