Category Archives: New Work

CLIENT: Dancers Shape
MENIUM: Branding, marketing collateral, web design, social media graphics

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: I've been in Austin for 11 years today!  I really love this town and I love all the work I've been able to do for countless small businesses in this community.  A lot of them I only became a patron of after I started working with them. Sometimes, they didn't exist prior to our work together, or I didn't know of them or their product. But when Ladyboss Jennifer McCamish cold-called me needing graphic design, and started describing her fitness studio, I already knew all about it.  I'd been in a class there that same morning.  I love love love…

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CLIENT: Lonestar Airport Holdings LLC
MENIUM: Logo and Identity suite, responsive website with custom CMS:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Being in the design field, you have to accept that the work you do is mostly ephemeral.  Websites get updated, products disappear from the market, businesses close up shop and your work disappears with them.  It's a part of the job you have to accept, although it always hurts a little.  So you have to understand that for me, this job is one of the most thrilling projects I've ever had the good fortune to be a part of.  The South Terminal at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport opened to passengers last Thursday, and I was there for it, grinning like an…

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CLIENT: Austin Film Society (a collaboration with Arts + Labor)
MENIUM: Print, interactive, motion graphics

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: For the second year in a row, I have had the honor of working with Arts + Labor and Austin Film Society to art-direct the Texas Film Awards.  This is the biggest night of the year for Austin film.  The gala raises funds that are used for Austin Film Society's filmmaking grants, programming, and educational efforts for the next year.  The ceremony also inducts industry icons into the Texas Film Hall of Fame. On a personal level, this is my favorite job of the year.  I feel very grateful that sometimes my work in film and design overlaps.  This is…

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