Feature and interview with acclaimed street artist Swoon regarding her opening at the New Orleans Museum of Art for InvadeNOLA.com.
Q&A interview about the future of money at PayPal and the man behind it for the “Who’s Next” section of Fast Company magazine.
Profile about on-demand manufacturer Zazzle.com, its major corporate partners, and how it is changing the manufacturing business, written for Fast Company magazine.
One of many top 10 lists researched, reported, and written as part of Fast Company magazine’s annual Most Innovative Companies package.
Personal video shot on a one-night trip to New Orleans, then edited and put to music. (View larger)
One of many listings researched, reported, and written for New York magazine and its web site, nymag.com.
Independent short film “Love Sand,” directed, produced, shot, and edited in New York. (View larger)
Set of logos and posters designed for the University of Mississippi Quality Enhancement Plan. Won contest against other design students. (View larger)
In-depth look at why Walgreens is building its own in-house healthcare system though clinics in stores and on-site at corporate partner offices, written for Fast Company magazine.
Ambiguous short film directed, shot, and edited in digital video to promote New York poet Hannah Miet’s upcoming book of poetry, Hello Absurd World. (View larger)
News story on Memphis-based shipping giant FedEx beginning to offer benefits to same-sex couples, written for Aol News.
Q&A with the creators of Gaga Stigmata, an online journal deconstructing Lady Gaga’s influence on pop culture, society, and art, for Aol News.
Flyer advertisements promoting the New York production of Jessie Rosen’s “The Hook-Up Conversations,” repurposing vintage advertisements using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. (View larger)
Book of the ten most influential buildings in New York, design as part of graphic design coursework using Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. (View larger)
Q&A with the Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence director Jill Tarter, on whom the book and movie Contact are based, for FastCompany.com’s Most Influential Woman in Tech package.