PROJECTS


Creative Action Network Refugee Poster

I was asked by the Creative Action Network to create a poster from the illustration "The Refugee" that I originally created for Amnesty International's Youth Magazine, AM-UNITY. The editor was Emily Williamson. The magazine is published out of Australia. I designed the poster and the phrase was developed by the Creative Action Network.


VIDA Women's Clothing & Accessories

I was asked to create pattern designs for the website VIDA out of San Francisco. We are still in the process of developing a line of women's clothing and accessories using patterns and illustrations. VIDA garment makers hand stitch all their clothing, use excellent printing processes for their fabric designs and work with world class artists to create one of a kind high end clothing.


Greeting Cards on Paperwoven App

I was asked to create greeting card designs for the app Paperwoven. Users can pick a greeting card design and add their own greetings within the app. Paperwoven will print the cards and mail them to the recipients on their behalf.


The Four Seasons Murals: Putnam, CT

I was asked by the Town of Putnam, CT's Arts Council to create murals for their First Friday Arts Festival in 2014. The digital / mixed media series was entitled the four seasons. Each 9 ft by 9 ft vinyl mural represented one of the seasons. The murals were on display for five months.



PURCHASE LONGBOARD PURCHASE 7 7/8" DECK

Haiyan Relief Skateboard

Buy a Board. Save a life.


On November 8th, 2013, the Visayan region of the Philippines was hit by one of the strongest storms ever recorded in human history. Typhoon Haiyan took with it thousands of lives and homes that are still unaccounted for to this day. Many Filipinos were left homeless without adequate food, water, shelter, and clothing. In the midst of great despair, thousands of surviving victims attempt to rebuild their lives that were quickly torn away from them in just a matter of moments. Perilous and tragic as it seems, Filipinos will continue to rise up from this tragedy with their Heart of Resilience that has pulled the Filipino people from the deepest despairs, time and time again.

In an effort to support the relief, 100% of the profits made from these durable skateboards will go to the Typhoon Haiyan relief aid, with the help of the International Rescue Committee (www.rescue.org)

Direct donations will go to Philippines Red Cross (www.haiyanreliefbands.org)