This graphic is using typology to form the image of a dove. The dove is made up of lyrics from a Chris Tomlin song. Different elements of the type are used to form the image, including color, orientation, opacity, leading, and kerning.
This photograph was taken from a bus on the streets of Ireland. There is a simplistic, geometric quality to the photograph with vibrant pops of color and vast whitespace.
A fake campaign for Lipton Tea. I created a modern day logo, showcasing on-the-go tea using simple silhouettes and striking shapes.
Taken at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland, this photograph features the city view from the Sky Bar. However, the main focus being five freshly poured pints of Guinness, a true representation of Ireland.
This mock advertisement for Navajo Valley Tours demonstrates page layout and typesetting. The balance of photos and text creates a visually pleasing one pager, moving the eye from image to text to logo with ease.
This photograph was taken with a film camera and turned into slides. This slide happened to get scratched and slightly damaged before I was able to scan it into the computer and edited. The effect ended up adding to the vast snowy landscape of the photograph. Taken at Presque Isle State Park in Erie, Pennsylvania featuring Alyssa Dean.
Logo design shown in color and grayscale. The reflection of “muscle” represents the push-pull of muscles. Also included is an abstract element, representing the blossoming of a community through acts of service of this organization.