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This is one of my favorite pieces I created for two of my closest friends who are getting married in September. It was designed with great honor, and it is such an excellent opportunity to design a piece with meaning.
This site was built with all the bells and whistles in mind. It is a responsive parallax site with a fixed navigation that becomes visible upon mouse scroll. The thought was based on the fact they make truly custom cars. So why not have a truly custom site?
This identity was created for the Sacramento Housing Authority Repositioning Program, Inc. I designed this project while employed for Wallrich Creative Communications.
This is an identity project I designed for a client who is an up-and-coming personal trainer in the local Sacramento area. The idea behind this identity was to focus on movement while giving it a subtle feminine look and feel.
This is a remake of a poster I created a few years back. I thought it was pretty valid to update it for this year’s Memorial Day. I really hope this makes people stop and think for a minute and pay their respects to the ones we have lost.
I designed this piece while I was employed by Wallrich Creative Communications. Although it was mainly a production task, I like the execution of how the SMUD "wave" transfers through the different panels.
Finally it is complete! It has been a long road, but here are a couple versions of my new identity, with the vertical lock up as my main logo and the horizontal lock up as the alternate. I wanted a clean, fresh and modern look that captured my love for the mountains.
This identity for a start-up, whose product was an innovative medical alert gown, was designed while I was employed by Wallrich Creative Communications.
These pieces were created while I was employed by Wallrich Creative Communications. My thought process was to have each piece marry up seamlessly to the other, and be consistent with the new branding Wallrich had created.
This site was created while I was employed by Wallrich Creative Communications. The idea behind this design was to keep it down to earth while focusing on the community aspect.
These pieces were created while I was employed by Wallrich Creative Communications. Each piece was designed with the goal of helping Big Brother and Big Sister raise money to help support local children.
This infographic was created for Dignity Health while I was employed by Wallrich Creative Communications. The objective was to visually demonstrate the rising issue of childhood obesity and how it is a national growing concern.
Designer, frontend developer, snowboarder, mountain biker and dog owner. If you can’t find me in front of the computer bullying pixels or asking them to play nice with each other, more than likely I am up on the hill snowboarding, mountain biking or simply out taking the pooch for a relaxing stroll!
If you would like to learn more about what I have done or what I am capable of doing, please feel free to download my resume or look me up on the various social networks. Don’t forget to check back, I will be adding more work periodically.