Girl flying by butterflies, accompanied by her best friend Voodoo Girl. Inked with my favorite Rapidograph pens on bleed-proof paper. This one is made to be stackedRead More “Butterfly Girl”
Editorial illustration in Cincinnati’s first monthly women’s magazine A-Line for an article titled “Dreamlines”.Read More “Dreamlines”
Reading in the Forrest
I created this illustration when asked to do an art show at MOTR Pub, Cincinnati, Ohio.Read More “Reading in the Forrest”
OTR Chamber of Commerce
Conceptual idea and illustration for OTR Chamber of Commerce Campaign to promote shopping in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati Ohio during the 2010 Holiday.
Conceptual Idea and Pitch
Using “You’re Welcome” as an invitation to come to OTR for the Holidays … as well as a bit of a cheeky response to you thanking us for ‘Lighting up the streets’… even though you haven’t said thank you yet… but probably should… You’re Welcome.
More on the illustration process for Main Street Over-The-Rhine
The idea and illustration style won the pitch, which was great. As it passed through the design phase, and with input from stakeholders, illustration fully developed, and we landed on a different and maybe a bit more straight forward campaign message.
More on Over-the-Rhine
It’s a transformation that’s happened in a blink of an eye, turning a neighborhood that in 2009 topped Compton in Los Angeles for the “most dangerous” title into something that looks and feels like Greenwich Village.Politico, How Cincinnati Salvaged the Nation’s Most Dangerous Neighborhood
Over-the-Rhine (often abbreviated as OTR) is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Historically, Over-the-Rhine has been a working-class neighborhood. It is also believed to be one of the largest, most intact urban historic districts in the United States.
From Wikipedia, Over-the-Rhine
MPMF.10 Live Twitter Feed
Conceptual idea and implementation of a location-aware twitter visualizer for Midpoint Music Festival 2010. Allowing twitter users to communicate on big-screen displays in several venues across the festival. Using the hash-tag #mpmf and showing the location on a custom-designed google map.
Art direction and implementation of LifePassItOn.org. A site focused on telling the stories of those who have received as well as giving an organ. And the work of non-profit organization LifeCenter and organ donation.
Art direction, design, and implementation of LifeCenter’s collateral in support of a campaign to increase donor registration in the tri-state area.