Bonton Motor-Works brand design and color concepts. https://www.facebook.com/bontonmotorworks
Dallas-area promo in a high school football program.
Artwork created for an email marketing campaign for St. Philip’s Academy in Frisco, Texas.
“Without a doubt, the greatest indicator of student success in school is parent involvement. Many parents know that it is important to help their children with homework and curriculum-related activities, yet there are many other ways that parents can become involved that make a big difference – to students, parents, and the school community as a whole."
Concepts for a ministry client.
The annual Roof Dog Run is one of my favorite and most exhausting projects. The proceeds benefitted some great kids at a children’s home in Arequipa, Peru. The mascot was modeled after my blond terrier, Truman. On a small budget, our team accomplished a great deal–website, social media, apparel, kids’ tattoos, directional signage, banners, video, posters, digital displays and more.
The Church of the Incarnation has a long history in Dallas. Founded in 1879 by Bishop Alexander Garrett (in silhouette), today the church resides in the Uptown district and celebrates growth alongside its historical traditions through an annual Heritage Day.
This concept is for a sermon series for fall 2013. The background image is by stock photographer, somadjinn (Nicolas Raymond). The title is a reference from the Bible – 1 Timothy 6:2-10, ESV. The Apostle Paul is challenging the young leader Timothy to stay on course and avoid deviations. To convey this, the one-point perspective of the path and sky move the eye toward a destination straight ahead. This focus is accentuated with a vignette to mimic seeing the scene through someone else’s eyes with tunnel-vision toward the goal.