This t-shirt design borrows generously from one of Andy Warhol’s soup paintings.
The retouched cover for my sister’s Guatemala mission photo album.
I was commissioned to help a client with branding his up-and-coming business, MITE (Motivating Individuals Toward Excellence). Already available were sketches for the logo and several t-shirts. My task was to help smooth some of the edges and illustrate everything in print-friendly formats.
The third in a series of John Gilroy-inspired prints celebrating Krewe du Brew. Thoughts I don’t feel I have much more to add that hasn’t already been said in the possum and alligator prints. I did face a new challenge when it came to arranging the crawfish. The plan had been to illustrate the little […]
The second illustration in a series of prints for Krewe du Brew—this one very much a direct homage to a John Gilroy.
An illustration of an alligator stealing a cup of coffee. This is a preview of a series of poster-sized prints for Krewe du Brew, a local coffee shop in New Orleans.
The main inspiration for this theme comes from Microsoft’s new layout language—so imagine a lot of scrolling left-to-right and some down-and-up. Thanks to a tasteful use of jQuery this layout responds well to phones and tablets. In fact, it is really quite pleasant to navigate on a touch device. The tragic flaw, however, is that […]
Used in both 2012 and 2013, this medallion was part of the gift bag for Tulane University’s Family Medicine matches.
I’ll come out and say it: I am way too excited about revealing interface elements right now and I need to tone it down. Apple has been doing this effect for a while on iOS and with more recently in OS X so I wanted to try my hand at it. There is a fair […]
My sister is getting her MBA from Milligan and asked if I would help make a poster that she could give to everyone in her program.
This theme’s primary goal is to layout most of the content on the screen so that the user has to do as little-to-no scrolling. Thanks to a little jQuery, rows and columns of images are displayed to effectively use available real estate. The purpose of the single layout as I envision it is to respond […]
The logo for a fictional coffee shop.
A completed draft of Prytania comic prologue.
Last year Ben’s daughter was born on his birthday and commemorating it this year seemed too good an opportunity to miss.
The diagram we use to illustrate the floor plan of our classroom.
The back of John’s business card features the logo I created for Windsong Aviation. John likes Canadian Geese and I knew he’d be receptive to having one in his logo.
This year our clerkship has a new director and that means a new group photo for the jump drive. Pictured here are the coordinator, director, and secretary for Tulane’s family medicine clerkship.
A double-sided card students use for anonymous patient data when in the family medicine rotation.