ArchivesNovember, 2010


If you would have told me a decade ago that the philosophy major from Atlanta living next door to me in my dorm would write a children’s book, and that I’d illustrate it, I’d have told you that would be as likely as the US auto industry going bankrupt.  Wonders never cease (thankfully for the […]Continue Reading


Starting out as a graphic designer, one of the challenges I faced was trying to figure out how to develop a reasonable, cohesive contract that I could utilize when a client was interested in moving forward with a job.  It definitely isn’t easy and can be downright confusing trying to figure out what you need […]Continue Reading


Just wanted to share these logos I’m working on with Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Atlanta.  As part of their earth stewardship ministry, they’ve installed a system of solar panels on the roof of the old congregation hall.  This system will not only cut down on the building’s fossil fuel intake, but provide reliable clean […]Continue Reading


When I was in high school I played soccer, and used to always look forward to the off-season, since that’s when indoor soccer started up.  Indoor soccer is fast-paced, a bit more strategic than normal soccer due to the walls, and rough (only bone I ever broke was playing indoor).  Our team, Monkey Mafia, was […]Continue Reading