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