I've been keeping busy the last few months, here's a peek at some things I've been working on. Enjoy!
1. Photography for Molly Jacques calligraphy workshop at Sugar Paper, Los Angeles
2. Personal work, Untitled (from Spread series), cut catalog pages
3. Photography for Shannon Wollack of Life.Style. Los Angeles
4. Photography for Crack Caramel, Los Angeles
5. Personal work, Breathing Contractions (from Woman's Body: An Owner's Manual series), animated gif
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Monday, July 29, 2013
I've teamed up with Los Angeles Swimmin again, this time bringing you a new 3-color silkscreen, cliff-jumping shirt. Limited quantities available on their website for $17/shirt. Hurry up and get one, they won't last long!
|Modeled by Marie Blazejewski and Andrew Lewicki|
Saturday, July 27, 2013
I recently teamed up with Los Angeles Swimmin to sell some limited edition beer koozies I designed. If you're ever out partying like an animal and find your hand is cold and your brew is warm, you should consider purchasing one. You should check out some of the other cool LA Swimmin gear while you're visiting their site. I've been eyeing this license plate holder for some time...
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
|Morgan rented a strobe kit and picked up a roll of brown seamless the other weekend so we could take some photographs. We invited a few friends over to hang out, take pictures and drink beer. Of course, the cats made a few appearances as well.|
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
|I stumbled across this essay by Rolando G Alcantara (originally found here), and was fascinated by just about everything it contained. The fonts are so smart and attractive, I want to date them.|
Friday, March 1, 2013
Friday, February 22, 2013
I was fortunate enough to be able to assist on Glow Marrow's shoot for their music video "Bear Creek" which premiered on MTV Hive today. Filmed by the very talented Morgan Cuppet. Check out these crazy-talented kids!
Monday, February 18, 2013
|"Beijing based architects Tsutsumi and Associates have completed this dance studio in Beijing with mirrored walls covered in tiny graduated dots to create the illusion of a mist hanging in the air." Dezeen Magazine|
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
|Color Reference Cards|
“As I paint, I dab the colors on pieces of paper so that when it comes to printing a catalogue, I’ve got a color reference. But I’m starting to like them as works in their own right. They are accidental: There’s no attempt to make a composition, or to balance anything, or to make any painterly intrigue — they are made very directly, almost without looking.” Fiona Rae via artinfo.com