Production journal, sketchbook, and conversations with a wandering mind.
05/09/2019 || Magazine
I want guests feeling comfortable and willing to open up about their journeys, experiences, and inspirations – and I can get there quicker with a lightweight setup in a back yard far easier than scheduled studio time
01/24/2019 || Magazine
Having my long history and wide wide breadth of url resources all sorted and organized for my own weird quirky brain has helped me work faster
01/17/2019 || Magazine
This is one of those small simple tools that has become so consistent and useful in my Photoshop workflow I utterly take it for granted, but I immediately notice its absence anytime I’m producing content away from my personal workstations.
09/19/2018 || Magazine
It duplicates a prebuilt folder tree, and also supports some straightforward name replacement. Post Haste is my favorite free “boutique” app for post production workflows (with something like Jarle’s Presets probably coming in a close second).
10/23/2011 || Sketchbook
I’m really new with Adobe Illustrator. I downloaded some reference art, and basically traced shapes to get the van look, and borrowed bits from airplanes.
06/05/2011 || Sketchbook
Heavily influenced by the television style design of Adult Swim’s on-air graphics, I did a doodle in a kinda creepy kinda clever vibe. Lots of Photoshop stamps.
05/11/2011 || Sketchbook
I’m not really sure what this work is all about. I worked as fast and as free-form as possible creating an aggressive and unsettling image.