[In progress] Album artwork for the second release in my recording project series. Gatefold CD booklet with metallic-silver printed translucent slipcover sleeve. An evolutionary theme threads through the tracklisting, from percussive first tracks building on each other through to a rich, melodic middle section and then a tense unwinding into a cathartic dissolution of structure.

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The artwork for "Not for Anyone" started with key elements of the art direction already set by Count. I expanded on the direction with additional photo-composite collage, noise, and type treatments to create this four-panel cd package.

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(post in progress) Series of posters and screen-display signage promoting lunch-time XD group presentations. After several years of quietly working under-the-radar, the central design organization is reaching out to the rest of the company. The identity and character of the speakers is represented in the artwork as their favorite lunch-time objects.

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Brand and marketing effort for Orange Exposure's Professional Network services. Primary challenge was to communicate the service effectively and distinctly from competitors in the marketplace, with the peculiar twist of needing to reach out to a visually-oriented audience in a visually-saturated marketplace. Rather than using imagery, we used a distinct graphic treatment suggestive of a spreading organic system... we effectively turned the Orange Photography "Dot" into an infectious virus. More »
Album artwork. Grit vs polish, form vs texture, Wholeness is an album both pristinely electronic and wrapped in analog griminess. More »
Concept art for feature article on music analytics. Potential best-selling songs could be predicted by comparing new music to characteristics of past hits; mapping clusters of shared attributes creates a topography of hit music. Unpublished. More »
[ early prototyp brand mark ]

Prototyp is a multi-faceted design exercise which explores sports-prototype racecar engineering. Technical illustration, product design, structural and surface engineering, language-independent instructional design (for an international audience), and ecommerce development support the exercise. Ultimately the subjects are rendered Origami-inspired paper model kits.

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A collection of this jazz dance musician's work is returned to the dance studio once more.

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Orange Photography is a collective of photographers exploring and redefining the photographic medium. Agency, art studio, photographic services, digital lab, ecommerce-driven gallery and print fulfillment... all approached with the same expression of excellence and diversity. 2003 Webby Business Award Winner "Best online and offline brand experience" More »
A resurgent jazz/funk album from the venerable James Taylor, brought to vibrant life by producer Mark "Snowboy" Cotgrove for Ubiquity Records. More »
An acclaimed album by Latin Jazz great Arturo Sandoval, recorded in Los Angeles less than a year before his defection from Cuba. The artwork plays typographically as jazzy and exuberent as the music on the disc. More »
The story of the 2000 MotoGP season told through a montage of photography and competitor's words. A richer experience than the typical motorsport annual, the book was intended to become a companion volume to Quokka's earlier project. More »
Volume 2 of Cubop's Afro-Cuban dance collection. The 16-page booklet featured bios of each included artist with continued frolicking typographic treatments intertwined with archival photography. More »
Chris Brann's experimental jazz-meets-club/electronic project. More »
Funkstorung's music is inseparable from their process... sounds are sought out, sampled, collided, minced, congealed, regurgitated and coagulated... The result is pure beauty. An uncommissioned compilation of the band's works created under the title of "Reclaimed" naturally needed artwork that reflected their process. More »
Rerelease of an ultra-rare and out-of-print latin-jazz album by this renowned Cuban percussionist. More »
Nine-months-worth of digital assets from Quokka's live race coverage are mapped to GPS satellite tags over the competitors' 32,000 nautical miles of racing. Each interlocking spread of the book presents the prevailing content for a two-day period. When tiled together, the book's spreads cover a 10'x40' foot wall with a map (and story) of the entire race. More »