Sometimes, it's good to take work and make it play. I took a day and chose a few concepts I'd wanted to try my hand at for a while and made them. It was rewarding in that they're only for me; I could manipulate them however felt silly or inventive. As a result, I learned more about my programs and how to refine my current skills to make better future designs. Plus, who hasn't dreamed of a butterfly-horse?
Asbury University has begun using my photography for advertising - specifically for the new masters program in Digital Storytelling.
The banner in the PDF document below the slide show is printed and placed in the lobby of the Miller Building of Communication Arts on campus.
I've recently discovered the art of hand lettering. I must have been living under a rock as I've seen this style everywhere but haven't known the techniques or terminology surrounding the design work. I've begun to research and try my hand at it. Here are a few concepts I designed and executed. With each design, my quality improves.
This is a concept I dreamed up the other day in relation to being globally minded. My brother just returned from serving an impoverished area in Ecuador. The impact he left as well as the change he gained is very evident. I hope to travel more in the future and add electricity to this mixer.