Photo by Lewis Neeff


Hello Visitor, thanks for finding me on the web. I assume you are here because you are interested in my work and I hope you find what you are looking for. Thank you for allowing me to share my fruits of my labor and allowing me to show you some of my ideas I have. 

Having graduated from The Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design with B.F.A in Communication Design, I've shared many examples of branding and graphic design here. You will also find many pieces of illustration, drawings, photography, and paintings. My attention is constantly divided between various mediums and I enjoy learning new trates all the time. 

My passion in life is serving others, so I have shared many of my commissions here as well. If you are interested in working together, please feel free to contact me.

As far as I remember, I have found joy in drawing and creating. In fact, my christmas wish-list was always easy: pencils and paper. As a child, I was thrilled to teach myself new tricks and techniques. My earliest teacher were Pappy from Pappyland and of course, Bob Ross. It wasn't until college that I learned my love for art could be used to serve other and support myself simultaneously. 

Now as a working designer, I get to explore new means of creation all the time. From using my hand-skills to develop a unique logo or exploring art-history to inform a new brand identity, I never stop learning. It is my job to help other creatives bring their ideas to life. 

In 2013, I was honored with the task of creating work for a public installation. In collaboration with Denver RTD and 40West, my series 'One Positive Thing' was presented in larger-than-life scale (10x10 feet to be exact) along the new LightRail system. The installation is a great opportunity for me to share a cool message with a lot of people. The project can be seen on my blog here.  This is one of my creations that I am most proud of. 

Thank you for showing interest in my work.