For my culminating senior project at SUNY Purchase, I created a series of movie posters to explore the semantics and underlying themes of select films and uniquely represent them in a series.
One-Sheet for the short film Blue Violet, produced by Wildlife Productions.
Entry for the international "Make Extremism History" poster contest, sponsored by posterfortomorrow.
One-Sheet for the film, Sunny Side Up.
Directed by Mike Melo
Produced by Old Man Henry Productions and Vipex Productions
I created the new logo for the Long Island based production company Wildlife Productions.
A series of posters for Paul Gillespie to showcase his upcoming screenplays.
Part of an illustrative exploration into our oceans depths.
Ongoing project with sculpture artist David Siever, to create a series of posters on historical figures and events that will educate and inspire viewers.
The first of the series will be posted around the campus of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The poster shows the story of Teddy Roosevelt getting shot in an assassination attempt prior to giving a speech, yet still carried on speaking for the bullet was slowed by his eyeglass case and 50 page speech in his breast pocket.
Poster and mail blast used for the arts and film festival: El Arte Del Afiche Cinematografico: La Proxima Generacion
Created during my time at Indika Entertainment Advertising.
Created the brochure for the non-profit WIld Bird Fund.
Commissioned for the book The Art Album: Exploring the Connection Between Hip-hop Music and Visual Art. I also created the front index as well as all the chapter headers for the publication.
Icons and logo for a developing martial arts and lifestyle company.
A personal project for an imagined media company that showcases TV, Music, Movies, Games, and Pop Culture from the 90's.
An imagined liqueur brand called Phantasm, meant to evoke a surreal and imaginative drinking experience.
Part of a series of photo-manipulated imagined creatures.
An exercise in magazine layouts.
The concept revolves around the ability for certain insects to use the stars as navigation and how they create perfectly patterned paths when they can view the open sky. When it's cloudy or overcast, the paths turn ragged and jumbled.