As a personal project, I collaborated with the USF St. Petersburg orientation office to create this years orientation manual.
Visual identity for The Crow’s Nest first annual Student Choice Awards.
My graphic for a Tampa Bay Times Perspectives story that looks back on the costs of over a decade of war in Afghanistan.
Referencing Tim Harrower’s The Edge, The Crow’s Nest student newspaper editors wanted to start a new weekly column to add some character to the Arts & Life section. The starting point was a logo. The column title was “The Margin,” which for me had a clear reference to the doodles we draw in the margins while …
A process book from my first year in the graphic design program was featured over at my former professor’s portfolio page. Check it out at philrules.com.
Seeing the Newtown headline come across my web feed was at once heart-wrenching and rage inducing. My first thoughts went to my son, an 11-year-old at a local middle school. I was selfishly relieved that it did not happen here in Florida while also knowing that it could have on any given day. I was …
Photography has been a passion of mine for over ten years now. It all started when I picked up my first digital camera about ten years ago. Over the years, I have enjoyed practicing almost all kinds of creative and commercial photography. For personal work, I really enjoy street photography and conceptual photography, but enjoy …
When Ellen Lupton writes texts for graphic designers, which designer’s typefaces does she like to use? Mostly Martin Majoor’s.
Aren’t we all just mammals? A series of drawings and paintings that examines famous artists’ self portraits by replacing them with some of our closest cousins.
If the sun were 4 pixels wide, how large would a to-scale poster of the solar system be? About 4 feet. This poster provides visual reference to the data in NASA’s planetary fact sheets.