Thanks for visiting. Hit the portfolio button to get started. This page shows a wide range of projects so you can see examples of various things I can do. I’ll be adding more each month so please check back.
Here are some select motion design clips of projects I’ve worked on in the past.
Various Illustrations in different styles
This is a simple AR feature to show a digital twin of a boardroom. Click the AR symbol to view in 3D or to place the experience in a physical space near you.
This was a quick pre-viz I made of a nightclub/restaurant design for an investment presentation.
Direct-Mail Brochure for Nestle
I designed this booklet in English and Spanish through an agency for Nestle. I was involved with the planning and strategy, design and mechanicals for print.
These are retail branding and packaging concepts designed for an agency.
I love making dramatic images using photoshop. This was a project contracted by an agency for 28 Black.
This company offers Microsoft cloud services and I was hired by their CMO to develop design, infographics and illustrations. I designed a fun mascot named “Manny” whose head was made up using the shape from their logo. As you will see in the examples below, Manny wore many hats and could easily beat you in baseball, or he could service your account.
I’ve designed a bunch of business cards over the years. Here are a few examples.
This was an illustration for a feature article about Drum and Bass music for Insomniac. See the article here.
If you want to experience the music, this mix by R.A.W. is available for streaming on Mixcloud.
This was a storyboard for a 30 second spot for Campbell’s. The agency I worked for specialized in marketing for the Latino market, so all of our creative was in English and Spanish.
These are some examples of corporate web sites I’ve designed. I worked for an agency that specialized in marketing for the automotive industry. I worked with a team to develop the Costco and Navy Federal sites, and I designed the AAA site on my own.
This was one of many illustrations I created to promote the Middlelands Adventure music festival produced by Live Nation/Insomniac. We developed a sort of Madlibs interactive storytelling questionnaire and then I illustrated what the readers came up with. We ended up with some very strange stories and it was a lot of fun. We used these for social media posts and custom Snapchat lenses.
I’ve designed hundreds of Powerpoint and Keynote presentations over the years but this was one of my favorites. Gamesa is a PepsiCo. cookie brand for the Latin American market.
This is an infographic I designed and illustrated for a Washington DC ad agency for Moen’s M-Dura line.
This was a wireframe web site I designed for a gaming social network.
This was another illustration for an Insomniac featured article and for social media.
This was a brand design for an a New York experiential marketing agency.
This was a comic book I illustrated for the 20th anniversary of the EDC music festival. I originally wrote an entire graphic novel story but they decided they wanted a simple narrative so most of the copy came from the content team. This was a fun project and I also made one for their Nocturnal Wonderland event and another for Escape Halloween.
This was a logo treatment I made along with the final panel of the comic book that was used to promote the next event. The company uses an owl as a mascot so we developed a continuation of the theme for each event. The glow stick is a symbol for rave culture so it was fun to use it as a cool lighting effect. See the digital comics here.
This was a storyboard I illustrated for a Sony commercial. You can tell this was from many years ago since it was when Sony introduced face-detection technology. It was a fun project for me so I keep it in my portfolio. The creative director I worked for at the time wanted a really loose, sketchy style, so this one was done loosely. You can see a clip of the commercial below.