When I started my first blog, “The Rapport,” in August of 2010 I really had no idea what I was doing. I was in college at the time, and one evening of boredom led to the creation of an account on Blogger. That first night was drawn long and sleepless by a sudden, indomitable inspiration to write. The following morning in class my fingers were itching to get back to this newfound obsession. I blogged intermittently for several years, caught between topics of angst-ridden romantic prose, reflections on faith, and the utter none-sense spawned only in college dormitories. Continue reading “Exordium 2.0”
This standalone comic strip entitled “No Reason” is inspired by the dark comedy horror film called Rubber by Quentin Dupieux. | Created with traditional inks and Adobe Illustrator CS4.
The following is a promotional brochure I created for a ministry called the Association of Faith Churches and Ministers International , which has offices in Willmar, Minnesota and Tulsa, Oklahoma. | Created with Adobe Illustrator CS4.
The following is a logo design I did for a college classmate, branding his youth group. The concept connects the themes of spiritual health and Bible study with the name of the group “CPR Youth”. | Created with Adobe Illustrator CS4.
“Fox and Crane Creative Studios” is a side business belonging to one of my college friends. They specialize in photography, graphic design, and illustrative prints. The name is inspired by the Aesop’s Tale, The Fox and the Crane, which emphasizes the importance of treating others as you would want to be treated. Fox and Crane Creative Studios can be found on Facebook and at the Blue Dome Arts Festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma. | Created with Adobe Illustrator CS4.