Tag: working

Some photos from the field

Snapshots from some recent projects in the works. I’ve got a few things lined up for the next couple months, so stay tuned to see me try and do them all at once. If you have any projects you’d like to get started before the end of the year, it’s time to start planning on getting those things done.

I can’t wait for some Fall temperatures! 100+ degrees all this week.

Things in motion

I also got the chance to check out the Misprint magazine at their launch party. It was a bunch of fun. Here is the ad that Yellow Jacket ran and I designed and produced and helped concept. Turned out real nice.

And my contribution to the changing face of Misprint. Good luck with the Misfits cover band ya’ll.

Shed time

I had been bitching about not having a studio with real concrete floors, but then I realized how lucky I am to have my old shed out back. I went out there this weekend and started cleaning up so I could get creative in these cooler temperatures. I’ve already got a couple new works in the works.

A mixture of things

In the middle of a few things with work and projects right now. Starting to plan out the fall and get ready for some real studio time once the weather breaks from 100 degree weather and finish off some cool things that I’ll announce in the next couple weeks.

After work

It’s always a weird feeling after you’ve accomplished one thing and then you’ve got to figure out what’s next. I have found that’s when the most important creations come out naturally. I’m currently in that mode with my work, check back later to see what happens.


I apologize for the lack of updates. I’ve been working real hard at the office this week and am ready for some time away from the screen burn my eyes have had lately. There are a few updates in the world. My new friend and writer extraordinaire, Diana Welch helped me spruce up my bio section. I think of myself as a decent writer, but I wanted to get a different slant than my own for this page. Diana did a great job and I would recommend her work to anyone look for a clearly defined word assembly.

SXSW 2011 Recap

Special thanks go out to Domy, Dublab, the Fader Fort/Cornerstone crew, Style X, Monofonous Press, Crooks, Expensive Shit, Soft Healer, Daniel Francis Doyle and Crummy House. Without you it wouldn’t have been the same. Thanks to all the people who work so hard to make it what it was.