I had an opportunity to delve into the wonky world of isometric illustration recently when a client approached me to design an illustrated instruction manual. While I’ve utilized isometric perspective before, I’ve never used it quite this extensively or with this level of precision. I would say it was a very demanding, but also very […]
The illustrated ad campaign I’ve been working on for the past couple of months came to its dramatic conclusion last week in Wonder Realtor Part 6: C-ville’s Best Realtor 2017. My client, Heather Griffith of Nest Realty, was nominated for the title and wanted to do a series of fun, comic book style ads to encourage […]
Here’s part two of a four-part ad series, The Adventures of Heather Griffith Wonder Realtor, for Nest Realty of Charlottesville. Heather’s in the running for Best Realtor in C-ville Weekly’s yearly Best of C-ville issue, and decided to do a whole series of fun comic book style ads while voting is taking place. (You can see […]
I was contacted recently by local Charlottesville business Nest Realty to do a series of comic book style ads for realtor Heather Griffith. Heather has had the honor of being nominated as Charlottesville’s best realtor in C-ville Weekly’s yearly Best of C-ville issue. Voting takes place this month, and to help inspire voters, Heather asked me […]
Illustrated a fun little infographic for the good folks over at DoodyCalls.com. They have a great cartoon mascot dog named Doodles, who lends himself really well to a wide variety of advertising, promotional products, and PSA’s, and is fun to draw. Plus, I get to type the word “poop” a lot and get paid for […]
Map highlighting coal plants that pose a threat to local drinking water in and around the Blue Ridge Mountains. I was happy to learn that I don’t live near any coal ash ponds, but am quite sad to see just how many of these power plants pose a significant or higher hazard rating. I’m not […]
My latest info map for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Book cover design I did for a book called The Last Teacher by Micheal L Dales.
Here’s a proposed website redesign for Blue Ridge Mac, a Virginia-based authorized Mac store. The design is full-screen and features parallax scrolling. Click the image for a larger view.
Here’s a couple of logos I did, one for a local group that aims to help people find local alternatives to big superstore franchises, the other for a scientific research company based in Ireland.