I Illustrated the cover and packaging for Portland's local sweetheart band, Crow and the Canyon. Inspired by their track, Its the Loving Not the Leaving That Hurts, i wanted the image to evoke a sort of painful but necessary growth that is both freeing and uncertain. Check out there music at http://www.crowandthecanyon.com/#!
Crow and the Canyon- Album Design
Front and back of CD pack
Crow and the Canyon - Album Design
Inside of CD Pack
album cover Concept 1
This is one of the concepts submitted to the Portland-based band, The Hill Dogs. I was given direction to illustrate a dog walking himself with his own cut noose. I enjoyed the juxtaposition of a sunny day and the melancholy appearance of the dog who may have just moments before decided he'd hang in there a little longer.....
Album cover for Otis Heat, ING
I focused on the title track to develop a concept inspired by our indulgence with desire and struggle juxtaposed with our reluctance to indulge. Check them out at otisheat.com.
Otis Heat - ING album design
The complete packaging. Check these guys out at otisheat.com.
The comma dance is the brain child of my mastermind friend, Lucas Dix. As a teacher who also has the extraordinary talent of rap/hip hop artist, he dreamed up the creative way to help his 6th grade students remember the proper use of the comma. I was more than pumped when he asked me to design the band camp banner, cover, and lesson worksheets - I was honored! I also learned a bunch of ways in which I was abusing (or misusing) commas. Life long learning, my friends! Enjoy. And thank you, Mr. Dix!!
The Stalker, movie poster
Watership Down, book cover and poster
John Craigie Solo Acoustic Tribute to Sgt. Peppers
June 1st, 2017. Portland, OR.
Serenade place card and menu design
Brazilian Serenade Menu
Oregon Public House (OPH)
At OPH, 100% of net profits are donated to charitable organizations in Portland and beyond. As a patron you get to choose among a select set of charities where you'd like your tab to be donated to. I was asked, along with a group of other local artists, to create a promotional posters for OPH in my own interpretive way.
Poster design for the Nepal Earthquake Relief Benefit, Corvallis Oregon
Ben Larsen (of Crow and the Canyon) promo poster
John Craigie - Working On My Farewell
Illustration for the album release poster of local musician, John Craigie. Alberta Street Pub. 2015. Give Craigie a listen at http://johncraigiemusic.com/
CD release show poster
CD release Poster for local talent, Jay Cobb Anderson. His solo project can be found at http://www.reverbnation.com/jaycobbanderson. He can also be heard singing songs and playing the guitar with his band, Fruition.
Simon Tucker Show Poster
Illustration for a local show poster. Solo Artist and blues phenomenon, Simon Tucker, returns to his former home of Portland OR, March 25th, 2015, to play at the Good Foot.
I Am A Witness Campaign
Power in numbers: stop cyber bullying
In 2015 Adobe and Ad Council launched an awareness campaign encouraging kids to stand up to cyberbullying whenever they witnessed it by using a simple tool--an emoji. The witness emoji was the first emoji ever created for a social cause. To bring more awareness to the emoji, the Ad Council partnered with Goodby & Silverstein in 2016 to launch a contest to allow kids to express their version of our eye-in-speech bubble design for the potential to win scholarship money. The project was kicked off by asking a select group of artists to show kids their interpretations of the emoji. As one of those artists, these were my emojis and accompanying designs:
Series 8 Beer Label selected for Collective Arts Brewing
Collective Arts Brewing is a grassroots craft brewer based in Ontario that aims to fuse the creativity of craft beer with the inspired talents of emerging artists, musicians and filmmakers. This illustration was selected from over 2000 international submissions to be among 63 artists for their Series 8 Beer Label to be released this Fall throughout Canada and parts of the US, Spain and Italy.
Award of Excellence
At ACP, Gather, the magazine of Women of the ELCA, won awards in seven categories, including the Magazine cover: award of excellence, for my Gather magazine September cover illustration.