AIGA Student Winner in 2014’s “The Show”
This is a personal project where I packaged three spray paint bottles based off my already existing brand. I am very inspired by murals and hand lettered signage, so I thought creating my own “Limited Edition” spray paint bottle would reflect my appreciation for the art.
Client - Jack Daniel's
Credit - Brown Forman Design
Client - Sonoma-Cutrer
Credit - Brown Forman Design
This package was designed for 15 of Sonoma-Cutrer’s most loyal customers which contains a bottle of wine crafted from the exact vines that the recipient of the box hand chose with the Wine Maker. Along with the box are field notes and vineyard information as well as a personal note from the winemaker. This experience reflects the craft and hand touch that goes into every bottle made at Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards.
Aesthetics is a project I did in school that I would love to some day pursue. I am heavily influenced by the city and the style that is carried through it. Aesthetics is a clothing brand inspired by those hidden spots in the city that only you know about. This brand also promotes the work of young artists, and sponsors a show every year where there is one winner that gets there work displayed within the Aesthetics brand. Keep a look out in the future for the real deal!
These posters ultimately did not get the go ahead and are no representation of the band.
Moon Taxi Poster - 2015 AIGA Professional Level Award
These are redesigns of some of my favorite albums.
A wedding gift for my friend based off lyrics of a song we both like.
2017 SMC Awards of Excellence
President Grand Award | Logo Design of the Year | Commercial
Beer Club Brewery stemmed from a packaging project I was given. I was told to create a company, and design a package to reflect its brand and personality. I came up with the idea of a local brewery that supports the home brewing community by creating a space and lending the tools for people to come together and create their own beer.
This was a really fun project that I was given where I illustrated a short poem book. This book is in the voice of an adult but through the character of a child. It is about the lack of thought that goes into giving a child a gift card on Christmas. My task was to create child-like illustrations to juxtapose the raunchy text that went with it. So, unless you want your child to wake up like this on Christmas, I suggest a Red Ryder BB gun with a compass in the stock, and this thing that tells time… or at least some tinker toys…
H8 2 WAKE UP Coffee is a fictional coffee shop that attracts those who don’t care for the mornings. Their goal is to make waking up a little more fun, by offering 82 variations of crème to create an exciting blend of coffee that has endless possibilities.
VIVALUX is a fictional company that was developed when General Electrics merged with Electrolux. The vision and tag line of VIVALUX is “The Functional Life” and the goal was to create graphics that reflected this idea.
This is a logo I was asked to do for the St. Mary of the Knobs Youth Basketball League. This badge will be used for uniforms and flyers to promote the league.
This was for a project I was given through Brown-Forman to promote a series of "Pop-Up" Parties for United Way. This series of posters and flyers was to help promote the idea of "Live United, Live Local", and were displayed throughout Brown-Forman's campus.
These are posters I was asked to do for Brown-Forman to help promote Women's History Month. The focus of the month was women in the liquor industry.