This is my studio’s website, newly redone just in time for the new year. Four sections feature four recent design projects that I have been involved in. Each section features a few large images to scroll through, summarizing projects in a few slides. Effectively, it is a slideshow feature; there are descriptions for each slide […]
Several years back, I quickly developed ten wireframe web layouts for use where I worked, the basis of corporate and other soon-to-be. The company’s sudden closure meant that these would never be utilized by them, but then I put them to use: they have served as the basis for WordPress themes I am developing, including […]
Since I created my first online portfolio website in 2005, there have been a few common threads running through all my subsequent portfolio designs. Hmm… I wonder what that could be… Dragons! So many of them! Well, actually, just two, and only one of them are named. Still, my early college work had so many […]
2013. This is the comp of this website’s first WordPress theme, and its current theme. HTML5 valid and CSS3, this theme features custom menus, backgrounds, and headers, though for this website’s purposes they have mainly been coded in manually. Cool Stuff: Get more information by hovering over the images on the homepage’s featured area! Click […]
To be honest with you: putting my writing out there to be read willy-nilly is still sort of daunting to me. I welcome all sorts of feedback when it comes to my art and my design, but writing is such a personal thing that to have it scrutinized can be paralyzing. (People who make a living doing […]
A logo for my now-defunct original online fantasy comic, Millennium. For my senior portfolio in college, I decided to revamp the original logo I had made roundabout 2005. I made some more refinements recently as well to help contrast. Here’s some of the process: Millennium is currently undergoing a huge and time-consuming overhaul, story-wise, art-wise, […]
A cute, cartoonishly detailed theme logo I created as Visual Communications Coordinator for Middle Tennessee Anime Convention. This is for MTAC’s 2014 theme, “love”. It flourishes with cherry blossom petals, a powerful visual in Japan often used in love-oriented anime.