Throughout my career I been blessed to work with amazing clients and create solutions for Russell Brown, Adobe, Samsung, DeWalt, Allen-Tell, Eddie Bauer, Swiss Gear, Wenzel, Kiewit, Ganotec, Klein, HDR and Fit on Main. I love designing, hopefully, I will get a chance to work with you.
Illustration, Tradeshow, Collateral
AfterEffects, Premiere, Audition
Web & Interactive
HTML, CSS, SharePoint, Flash, Folio, PowerPoint
I have been working on an invitation from my sons 7th birthday. When i asked him what he wanted he said ” Beast-man beating up a dinosaur.” He is a cool kid!
It started as a portrait project when I was watching “Joe Dirt” recently on Netflix; however, I forgot how great the message was in the movie. Joe Dirt had a million reasons for why he never backs down. The more and more I played with the composition and adding other elements, the more and more I liked[…]
I had an event a few month back where I created this awesome baddie. It was a renaissance inspired event, so what better than Skeletor in a Shakespearian play? I hope you enjoy!
I thought it would be funny to take a minion throughout history and have him under some notible baddies. This version is He-Man’s nemisis. Myah myah!
The most anticipated movie ever for me was the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie. The movie was an event, the first time I was able to watch a movie on the big screen. My brother (6) and me (8) went to the movie expecting the cowabunga cartoon version of the the turtles. What we[…]
My good friend Eileen wanted a poster for her birthday party. She asked for a cartoon of her in running in a Star Wars get-up.
A while back my good friend Salvador Anguiano and I decided to pay tribute to one of our favorite 1980’s movies IRON EAGLE! The Iron Eagle sound track alone was worthy of a poster, but the action is what made the movie so cool. For me the poster had to include Col. Charles ‘Chappy’ Sinclair, Doug Masters, a[…]
I had an amazing time designing my son Colton’s 7th Birthday Card/Invitation. He came to me one night and said “can I have a Snoopy Starwars card?” After some arm twisting and a huge smile, I said “yes!” I decided to stay similar to the old Peanuts comic the strip and have the whole scene[…]
I had an awesome time creating my son’s birthday card. His creative brief was easy, “I want GREMLINS with MUSTACHES!” Right away I was on-board, I mean the Gremlins movies were my childhood. Especially the second one! I decided to create simple vector shapes and change the facial hair for each. The whole project went[…]