I am a designer, a musician, and a homebrewer, among other things.
Oh, and I care too much about craft beer.
This summer I branded a fictional band called Elore. I entered it in the 2013 Adobe Design Achievement Awards and made it into the semi-final.
Filter Magazine was a semester-long project for my magazine design class. I wanted to change the way the magazine, as a medium, is looked at. This "non-traditional" magazine - in design and in content - is based around the idea of innovation, with a focus on visual and audible art.
'Points' is an experiment in type. Starting with a triangle, with each new point added to the glyph, another point is added to the shape. As the glyph continues on from point A to point B, the shape morphs from a triangle to a square and so on.
We see hundreds of faces everyday. The human face is the most easily-recognizable form. This project is based around the idea of obscuring the human face and creating something completely unrecognizable. Upon first glance and with further inspection, they are not identifiable as a human face. These forms are portraits of my friends and family.
We recently installed a 70", 4k-resolution, multitouch billboard at the Digital Corps that runs on Windows 8. This app is extremely intuitive and lets the user choose between different color palettes. With each touch the palette cycles through the colors.
This app is now available in the windows store.
We recently installed a 70", 4k-resolution, multitouch billboard at the Digital Corps that runs on Windows 8. I designed the Digital Corps Band app with one other developer. Each instrument is playable; the multitouch capability ensures that each instrument can be played simultaneously.
Pop-up art exhibitions are making a revolution in places like Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco. On March 18th and 21st there was a pop-up exhibition in an apartment here in Muncie, IN. I was commissioned to make a postcard for this exhibition titled 'I.D.'.
The Eight is a typeface concept based on one shape. Each glyph is made up of an octagon and lines connecting the corners. I made the glyphs vector graphics so that 'The Eight' can be customized to its full potential.
Last summer I had the privelege of traveling to London with a group of student journalists to cover the Olympics and the surrounding events. Our work was published by USA Today, Huffington Post, and a local news station.
Ian Truelove is one of the most inspiring and real people I have met. His personal life story is moving. With these photos, I wanted to represent his emotional story and how he rose above through dance to become the person he is today.
Josh Kriese and Anna Deneve got married in October 2012 at K&S Farms in Sheridan, IN. I was lucky enough to have this beautiful space to shoot my first wedding at.