One of the perks of working in the sports industry is dealing with a lot of colorful brands and mascots. I had the idea of taking some of my favorite movie monsters and creating teams out of them, to create a sort of Major League Horror roster. These are some of the results.
I worked with a fantastic team to help create ESPN's flagship app for all platforms and sizes. It was created to help fans keep up with their favorite team and consume content based on their interests.
Childhood memories and future anticipations. Personal project.
Theater poster for Sweeney Todd
A redesign of Planet, a lifestyle magazine.
Award Recognition: CommArts Typography Annual No. 1.
Done as a real-world project in school, Font Shop asked our class to produce some material for new students of type and graphic design. I collaborated with other students and served as one of 3 Art Directors and 15 other designers throughout the project.
A branding project for an antique children's bookstore.
A re-brand of Dunlop and the accompanying brand book. This focuses only on their Tennis division. School project.
Ad Campaign concept for Ciena's Global Patent Program.
Award Recognition: Graphis New Talent annual.
An ad campaign for Weber Grills. The idea was to take old, boring cliché ideas (or meals) and bring them to life through iconic visual language paired with Weber grills.
As Novell was looking for a buyer for their corporate office, they needed a book to promote all the great reasons to stay in Utah and the unique economic relationship Novell has with the Salt Lake City area. Photography by Ed McCulloch.
Sippin' fizzy lemonade on a hot summer day...
Covers. Book Covers.
A redesign of the board game Parcheesi. I took inspiration various Indian artwork, which is the location of the game's orgin. Created patterns from animal shapes, flowers, etc.