This magazine ad takes me back to when I was still a baby in design. While

I still haven’t fully matured with my craft I can definitely say this design was

a landmark in my life. I was so proud to have not only come up with the layout

but the tagline as well. FedPro wanted it sports related, short and sweet, and really

to the point (as most professional company’s do). I remember racking my brain

for a couple days. But with such a short deadline I didn’t see it turning out well.

Finally that night, about three o’clock in the morning, I sat straight up in my bed

and texted myself the tagline you see in the ad and then I fell back asleep. I was

ecstatic when they told me they loved it and were going to run it as a mag ad.



Get Bach Here!

Some of the best parts of my design is the fact that I get to work with

some really talented people. This photo taken by Ford Keith Montgomery II

screams professional photographer! The clarity and color magnify his ability

to overcome the impossible of turning a dark dingy room into a full blown studio

that exerts quality beyond measure.

CB Poster 1

Courtney, another talented artist, gave me (for a second time) the honor of

designing her recital flyers for 2010. And because of her great photogenic

violin and hair, we ended up with this perfectly fun and quirky shot .

The Grace Truth

Truth; conformity to reality or actuality.

Grace; the state of one who is under such divine influence.

Stripped; having only essential or minimal features.

iStock Stripped 1

I created this picture collage as a representation of how I see grace and truth in its purest form.

Both intertwined together playing their respective parts. With a spiritual upbringing I believe

that there is only one true freedom in this life. The freedom from being held down by our guilt

and shame. I learned from a man who played a significant part in how I view truth and grace,

that in order to truly experience freedom in truth, you must fully accept grace. I pushed away

grace for most of my life. But now it all has changed. Freedom has come to me in the way of

confessing my sin and accepting both grace and truth with the understanding that one cannot

live without the other. I want to be stripped of all immorality and walk where I’ve been called…

as a free man.

You Put Your Hands Where?

That’s right. Room temperature clay squishing between your fingers…ALL DAY!

“What is Greenware??”, ” What is Bisque??” …you may ask.

I’m not sure, but they can tell you!

Here’s the logo I did for the local HOC business in Columbia.

HOC Logo

I’m glad they chose to go with a small pocket placement.

HOC Shirt 1

Although the logo looks white in the photo, it’s actually light purple/lilac.

And so it begins…

This is who I am.

The things you see on my blog are in direct correspondence to my personality and my passions.

I hope you enjoy the things that I’ve created and feel free to comment.