Designs for Artmosphere promotional cards.
Rebrand, logo update, and menu designs. Artmosphere is a relaxed bistro and bar with seasonal dishes, local art displayed, and live indie music nightly. Check them out, they have the best burgers in Lafayette.
Logo, branding, motion graphics, web, and poster designs for the documentary film Battlefield Home.
View the trailer here:
“In unraveling the journey of PTSD and the aftermath of war, a Vietnam era military child speaks with family members from multiple generations exposing the unflinching impact of war, and the failing systems that continue a legacy of trauma from generation to generation.
Filmed over a 9-year period, the documentary unexpectedly becomes a pilgrimage of forgiveness and understanding from a daughter to her dad.”
Artmosphere various promo card designs.
Design, branding, brochure, photography, and signage. For anyone conscious about eating healthy but can’t find the time to plan out meals, staying healthy on-the-go is made simple by two Baton Rouge moms.
Designs for online educator to the fortune 500 Learning Sciences Corporation.
12th Street Bakery is baker Elizabeth Cotter's community-supported bakery in Thibodaux, Louisiana. This logo design was a wonderful opportunity to work with a great bread maker. Visit their site here: www.thibodough.com
Branding for a hand-wired guitar effects pedal company. Logo, corporate internal documents and photography look and feel.
Incorporated in 1956, Metal Works Corporation is celebrating 50 years of specialty metal fabrication and manufacturing. They produce a broad spectrum of pipe and tube bending, coiling, springs, and custom metal products. Updating their logo was essential to match their new branding strategy.
Branding for the documentary film Forgotten Bayou. Logo, invitations, promotional poster.
“On August 3, 2012 a sinkhole swallowed a swath of nearby swamps and after a mandatory evacuation ordered, residents were left with an impossible choice: start their lives over elsewhere, or stay and face the risks. Featuring interviews from current and former community members, Texas Brine employees, scientists and government officials, Forgotten Bayou chronicles the events leading up to the tragedy as well as the continuing ways it has altered their lives. The sinkhole, now 35-acres in diameter continues to grow, very slowly while changing the landscape of what was once beautiful wetlands.”
World renowned artist and one of the original Memphis Group designers, LSU held a retrospective show to honor Peter Shire. The GDSO produced this book for the show to commemorate the event.
These are stills from my thesis/animation entitled Wonderland. The film was produced with Cinema 4D and After Effects.
Raising Cane's, one of Louisiana's finest quick service restaurants, needed illustrations for several projects. They're a great company and they are great to work with. If you have never experienced Raising Cane's, look them up and go try their food. Their friendly Louisiana brand can be found at any of their out-of-state locations as well.
World-renowned National Geographic photographer C. C. Lockwood was commissioned to create a stamp for the Louisiana Bicentennial celebration. Mr. Lockwood needed a folder designed for stamp collectors describing both the stamp and his history and approach. C. C. is a truly amazing photographer and a wonderful person.
This illustration was created for the GDSO to announce the LSU College of Art and Design's 2013 Tiger football season with a tailgate sponsored by the Dean's office.
Baton Rouge Gallery decided to revamp their website in 2012. After receiving a brand reconstruction they wanted to update their online presence to match. Jason Andreason, the gallery's curator, is great to work with and has an impressive artistic vision. If you are ever in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, please make a point to visit BRG
Baton Rouge based Tower of Power tribute band poster for a 2011 performance. GREAT band, check them out.
This piece was designed for the LSU lecture series Malleable Language—a visual and critical exploration of the artistic tradition of combining word and image in a series of exhibitions, lectures, and academic activities. In the fall, we have the distinct honor to welcome Marc Fumaroli, French historian, essayist, and member of the Académie française. Among his celebrated publications is the book When the World Spoke French. In the spring, the College of Art + Design hosts New York based artist in residence Nari Ward, the Nadine Carter Russell Endowed Chair, who will work both on campus with students and with the Baton Rouge community on several cultural initiatives.
Billy Block IS Mr. Nashville. No bones about it. Mr. Block contacted me to create an old Hatch Show print look to promote his Tin Roof live concert series. We also created a logo for his promotional T-shirt series Sing Loud, Play Hard.
The Billy Block Show is second only to The Grand Ole Opry and Midnight Jamboree as Nashville’s longest running LIVE radio show and concert series. It has become the Ellis Island of Nashville welcoming newcomers of all musical genres from rock to rockabilly & blues to bluegrass. Block has become a Nashville icon with his shock of silver hair and ever-present smile, who is equal parts musician (Freddy Fender to Frank Black), broadcast personality (The Big 98 WSIX/CATV19), shameless self promoter (Mr. Nashville) and artist advocate.
Billy is a great guy and that's the single key to his success.