Gestures

My second studio album, Gestures, is a collection of modern straight-ahead jazz tunes. The idea was to write some simple tunes based on visual art concepts I could subsequently use as “rails” for improvisation.

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Revisionist History

My first album of original music was Revisionist History. I would describe it and my follow up, Gestures, as my “academic period”, where I was working to prove I could write and produce material worthy of academic approval. That isn’t to say anything negative about the work. I honestly think…

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Crow Chronicles

Crow Chronicles is my YA graphic novel series that retells the story of the classic monsters if they were teenagers growing up in the Mississippi Delta. All the books are told from the perspective of Caitlin Crow, my “witch” character. The first story is about a mummy animated by the…

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Advent Mailer

I created a simple graphic/digital painting for a lecture series about love and being awestruck by its enormity. To be honest, I felt it was a little hackneyed, but several people responded well to it. This was the piece that was seen at UMC Global Missions, causing them to reach…

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Big in Japan by Timothy Price

Tim is a frequent collaborator and a friend. We have done may projects together including music albums, books, and live events. As I was finishing art school Tim approached me about an idea he had for a story he called “Big in Japan” about a rock band that fought Kaiju.…

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UMC Global Missions

I built several products for UMC Global Missions over the years. One product was a series of info graphics. I made these using some information provided by the client, as well as some design concepts I brought to the table. The client wanted a clean way to inform its constituents…

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Logo Design

Like many designers, I have created a multitude of logos for a variety of uses. AIMM This was probably my simplest logo to date. I designed almost a dozen different options that were all more complex than this. Ultimately, AIMM wanted to be seen as a serious school. After looking…

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