Cover and interior design for a series of publications for Chamber Music America's 40th Anniversary Conference.
Rockaway ConneX is a digital platform designed to connect the visitors and inhabitants of Rockaway with desired information, goods and services of the peninsula.
It was important to the creators of this product that ConneX be spelled with an “X” to allude to the crossroads, connecting functionality of their platform.
This ultimately inspired the concept for the logo, as two arrows intersecting to create the X further visualizes its intended meaning, as well as the fundamental purpose of the platform.
Both the arrows and the X then became central elements of the larger identity, often being combined with images and illustrations of the physical things this platform connects users to: food, fun, activities, beach needs, and other people.
Custom type and packaging design for the incomparable Sheriff & the Deputy
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.
Nashville may be "Music City," but New York’s uniquely vibrant Country, Bluegrass, and Americana scene has led this production company to deem NYC, “Country City.”
Country City Productions’ identity centers around a fusion of Country [Music] and [New York] City visuals.
Marketing collateral for Amazon Education
Image creation and poster design for Music n' Stuff.
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.
Designed at Filtro Design. Art Direction by Eduardo Nemeth.
Concept for a series of three advertisements for Pantone to be printed in Communication Arts.
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.
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.