This photo represents a huge project I worked on; the vehicles were photographed in a parking lot in Bridgeport, CT. I took the raw photos, and completely retouched them. All three black vehicles had to be "repainted" in Photoshop due to damaged vinyl wraps, and fresh wraps were added. I then created the final composition, which allows the use of different cityscape backgrounds to promote various tours around the country. Click here to see the original photo.
ASSA ABLOY was the global sponsor of the "Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future" exhibit, which toured Europe and the United States in 2010. As a commemorative gift, I designed this triptych poster for ASSA ABLOY. The 5-color poster is screen printed on a high quality, recycled paper. A very limited number were produced, and were matted, framed, and given to select customers and supporters.
This is an ad concept and design that I did to promote our K-12 education segment. The ad received the standard ASSA ABLOY branding, and the simple message makes it successful.
This was a logo design for Palehorse, a friend's band. The basic sketch was done by hand, then scanned and imported into Illustrator. From there, I "perfected" it, achieving the desired style requested by the client. Yes, it's supposed to be illegible.
This is a 44 page, 5 color, perfect bound brochure that I designed to show the scope of the products and services that ASSA ABLOY offers. Click here to view the PDF.
These are two brochures that I designed simultaneously, as the market segments are similar. By using a nearly identical design, I was able to make them feel married, while still allowing them to have their own character. This was also important for the short deadline, and as soon as the first layout was complete, it was quickly carried over to the second piece. Click here to view a PDF.
This is a product showcase which appears in the SARGENT factory in New Haven. As a host of frequent factory tours, the client wanted to add something to highlight its most recent and innovative products to customers and visitors. This was my solution. The basic structure is vinyl wrapped, allowing future updates or changes to the products.
As with the other vehicle photography, the raw photo of this truck was taken in a parking lot in Bridgeport. I repaired damage to the cab, digitally painted the side of the truck (to remove the outdated vinyl wrap), and added the new vinyl wrap that I designed. I incorporated the truck into a believable background to create the final image. Click here to see the original.
The Hartford Bicycle Studio is a fresh, young company from Hartford that combines art and bicycles to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces. The iconic HB logo is used on the head tube and elsewhere to identify these unique rides.
This was a logo design exercise for my sister's jewelry company based in O'ahu, Hawaii.
These are some logo variations for the Lunch & Learn series at Post University. This is year round professional development opportunity for our staff and faculty to present on scholarly topics of their choosing.
Analog Future is a friend's startup Vaporwave cassette label that asked for a logo design. He requested a simple but professional looking logo for web, print, social media, etc. Shown at top is the final logo, bottom left are a few leftover comps that I liked, and bottom right is their first cassette release, pro-dubbed glitter green cassettes with professionally printed j cards showing the logo in white. The first run of 40 cassettes sold out in 2 hours!