A photo touch-up meant to focus on the relationship between Tulane University’s downtown campus and their local firemen in Station 14. This picture is used with the promotional material for the Wave Helping the Brave fundraiser.
A series of icons used to promote the Change, Change, Change theme for this year’s Wave Helping the Brave firefighter fundraiser. On the banner, each icon includes a call-to-action.
This theme was my first real foray into responsive design as it’s intended. Prior to this my efforts had been to make one layout for computer users that would scale down for other devices. While I enjoyed them for not being sweeping layout changes, they were not as accessible for users on touch devices. Have […]
The feud continues as Blue Bear and my sister lay a devious ambush. Be sure to see the others in this series.
A remastering of St. Charles Streetcar 1947 from 2011.
A remix of the Georgia print from 2012.
A remastered version of Louisiana which, itself, is a remixed version of Florida from 2011.
A remix of my Tennessee print from 2012.
Baton Rouge General and East Jefferson General Hospital offer Family Medicine residency programs affiliated with Tulane University’s School of Medicine. This banner was made for their joint booth at the 2013 AAFP Conference.
My department is broadening its curriculum and promotional posters are a part of the process. These prints hang on the walls here and are available for use by our students and preceptors.
The logo for the fictional 1950’s Hillsboro Metropolitan Zoo.
A green field with a patch of clovers hiding one lucky, four-leafed clover.
I developed this WordPress theme for my portfolio website around a SCUBA diving motif.
An hour glass without sand.
The volume knob is almost to 15. That’s four louder than 11.
It’s a battery with a full charge.
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.