For this poster, the only photo available was unusable, so I based the design around elegant typography and a minimalistic vector illustration instead. » Read More
This was the first of three shows in TLP’s Harborview Performing Arts series. It was an upscale series taking place at the Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center, which was not TLP’s usual venue, so they aimed high. They started off with Franc D’Ambrosio, who was the Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Starting with the second show the series turned to the Dinner-And-A-Show format.
Second in the Harborview Performing Arts Series
Turning Leaf Productions is a cabaret entertainment company run by singer and entrepreneur Valerie Sneade. TLP puts on a number of shows in the Port Charlotte, Florida area every year. » Read More
Third in the Harborview Performing Arts series.
One day I just felt like drawing a shark, so I did. Then the idea just kind of built on itself and turned into this. » Read More
This was one of the first things I did for the Pantagraph, and it was kind of a wake-up call. » Read More
We ran a story about the elderly being frequent victims to scam artists, particularly over the phone or online. We actually had time for a nice original illustration and I talked my boss into letting me work at home on my superior equipment.