This client needed a responsive website that could toggle between English and Spanish. Developing a Wordpress theme from scratch allows the client to update content without the help of a developer.
This post-collegiate a cappella group needed a logo and a responsive webpage.
Legal Services of Northern Virginia needed a refresh on their logo and a complete overhaul of the website. The goal was to make the design friendly yet authoritative, with optimized content and information architecture.
This series of social posters promotes marriage equality by combining clever copy with stylized photos.
This early self-branding project combines my name with the ubiquitous power symbol to relate a sense of design principles and tech savvy.
This series of logo concepts needed to reflect the diversity and inclusive environment of a Washington, DC-area church.
This web infographic explores the much-loved chili sauce by presenting information in easily digestible chunks.
I was inspired by California Modernism when I designed this bold poster for the 2013 movie Side Effects.
I designed numerous spreads for this magazine concept, aimed at self-proclaimed culture nerds.
For this 12-page type specimen booklet I took inspiration from the increasingly popular neon running shoes to breathe new vibrancy into this staid typeface.
When I'm my own client, I love creating mixed media artwork, combining my own photography and drawings with rough textures and outlandish colors.