Concept for a poster series for New York City's Craft Beer Festival, Fall 2015. The festival features seasonal beers, ciders, and meads so each poster speaks to the process of creating one of these beverages.
Branding concept for Caswell Massey, America's oldest apothecary — founded in 1752. Caswell Massey has evolved into a company which sells high end bath & body products.
Poster outlining significant events surrounding Swiss Punk and New Wave typography.
Postcards announcing Skillman Cinema Club's weekly film screenings. The central graphic and corresponding text are clues to that week's film. Printed on off white card stock.
Tasked with creating a purely typographic deck of cards and noticing the existence of many idioms utilizing the numbers and faces of a deck, I chose to combine the two. Play with a Full Deck, is a full deck of idioms.
Concept for a piece to be mailed to galleries and museums, marketing Oxford Art Online — the most in depth and authoritative resource on Art and Art History.
Chinese Aristocrat Cuisine is a hybrid of the regions cuisines, created in the Forbidden City when the Imperial Officers’ personal chefs began working together. Young Ginger is the concept for a Manhattan-based restaurant focused on this culinary tradition, with an identity inspired by the Forbidden City’s infrastructure.
Image creation / poster design for bands n' stuff.
Electric Lady Studios in New York City was built by Jimi Hendrix in 1970. Although he spent just four short weeks recording in the studio before his death, it has gone on to house some of the industry’s greatest contemporary artists, and has had a hand in creating many highly influential albums. A closer look at this seminal cross section of the music industry reveals a narrative that speaks to the nature of the past 45 years in music.
A series of three advertisements for Pantone to be printed in Communication Arts.
Arts, Culture, and Design Magazine.
Personal pieces; oil paint on canvas and charcoal on paper. Select work shown in group shows at Loft 594 and Greenpoint Gallery in Brooklyn.