Logos, icons and isometric realism, oh my. Take a look at my illustrated work and let me know if anything catches your eye.
I had the pleasure of teaming up with We Rate Dogs to create a line of tees for their online store. It's been a really great experience to create designs for such a large community and learn from their collective direction. Since the creation of their online store, We Rate Dogs has been featured on sites such as College Humor, CNBC, Esquire and Washington Post. Working with new clients is always a blast, but even more-so when that client's niche is dogs.
I created Color Explorers as a way to source inspiration. These color palettes are a great way to channel my photography into my designs. Color is a powerful tool that often goes underestimated. The right palette choice from the beginning can really bring a project together.
The Enhanced Service Pharmacy Alliance (ESPhA) gave me the great opportunity to help brand and create assets for their website. I designed their logo to feature a subtle, increasing parabola within a medical cross to represent their measurable, pharmaceutical data.
The yellow and gray tones symbolize innovation and balance. I chose various weights of Montserrat as the font for a clean and easy-to-read font.
Animations are absolutely one of my favorite things to create. It's one thing to create a beautiful illustration. It takes a completely different mindset to set your document up from beginning for moving parts and special effects.
I can honestly say that most of my design experience is self-taught, especially in the animation category. My university did not specialize in much more than layout design and photography, so I found importance early on in doing work outside of the classroom.
There is much to learn, but I'm happy with all that I've accomplished so far and I can't wait to see what new animation styles I'm able to tackle next.
Find more of my animations on Dribbble: