Information graphics, print, and identities. 2007–2012
The Atlantic. Art Direction: Jason Treat.
Adler School of Professional Psychology Annual Report. Designed while working as an independent contractor for Kym Abrams Design.
An information graphics poster about melting polar ice and its effects on the East and Gulf Coasts of the United States.
Mockingbird Farm is a start-up family farm that plants and sells seasonal fruits and vegetables in Uniontown, AL.
The Wall Street Journal, "Spousonomics." Art Direction: Christian Drury & Ryan Sager.
An infographic for a GOOD contest about New Orleans.
A self-published book written by a longtime resident of Greensboro.
Black Belt Bamboost is a community-driven, educational nonprofit. Their goal is to use a community bamboo garden in Northport, AL to boost awareness of the Black Belt region's suitability for large-scale bamboo cultivation and development of associated industries.
Collaboration with Daniel Splaingard for Enterprise Community Partners.
I worked with filmmaker Andrew Grace to create this wordmark for his film Eating Alabama, which is a story about why food matters.
Printed in The Atlantic
Identity for the town of historic Northport, AL based off of the historic type, architecture, and signage in its downtown.
A project by architects Bonner & Stayner that transforms Miami’s most notorious neighborhood, The Triangle, into a vibrant collection of small businesses and civic spaces. They work with artists and residents to design and start small businesses centered around arts, technology, and community services.
The Fall of Inequality was an event that took place on October 9, 2010 in San Francisco’s Dolores Park. The event was a symbolic fight against the beast that is inequality, embodied by a monstrous paper måché piñata.
Designed while freelancing at Ologie. Describes their point of view on one of their capabilities: Naming.
Brochures and postcards designed while working as an independent contractor at IDEO. Illustrations by Kate Bingaman Burt.