A logo I made gratis for my co-worker’s wife. Science in Action is a school program she heads in Tuscaloosa.
I modeled the RSVP included with our No Whales reception invitation in the form of a pop art homage to the ticket stub.
Our wedding was a very family event and several months later Laura and I held a friends-only reception. This was the invitation we sent out.
This was the final design I arrived at for the t-shirts commemorating the 2009 prom.
A proposed t-shirt design for the 2009 Tuscaloosa Academy prom featuring the clown from the parents invitation.
Unabashed, this graphic was proposed for use on the chest pocket of the prom t-shirt.
This is the cover of the invitation sent to seniors for the Tuscaloosa Academy 2009 prom. The cards were top-fold, printed double-sided on 8.5×11-inch card stock.
This is the interior of the invitation sent to the parents of seniors attending prom.
A “film strip” using some of the used and unused art that is part of the prom materials.
The cover for the 2009 Tuscaloosa Academy fund raising cookbook—their mascot, a knight, holding a sword and covered tray.
The set of icons I made from scratch for use by Hiwaay Information Services on their homepage.
The logo and wordmark for a fictitious bar in Tuscaloosa, The Steam Shovel is an idea I’ve concocted to make fake posters and merchandise for in order to practice various styles of designs.
This is a comp I made for Wilmer & Lee, a law office in Huntsville, Alabama while I worked for Hiwaay. It is one of the first things I’d done professionally right out of college.
The first of two posters, this one was created on behalf of the fictional Chambers Group. The content of this poster was designed to persuade the audience of the benefits to cloning.
The second of two posters, this one was created on behalf of the fake Poseidon Foundation. The content of this poster was designed to persuade the audience against the practice of cloning.
Part of my “cloning” project, this is the logo I made for the fictitious Chambers Group, a pro-cloning organization.
An unused logo I developed for the fictional Poseidon Foundation as part of a project in college.
This is the front of the sample lease application I made in Adobe Acrobat Pro.