You've caught me mid development. I'm working on the site, so if you see something missing or broken, that's why.


Websites are my bread and butter. They're what I do best. I mostly develop, or rather, build them, but I also design them too, which is something I think is interesting in the web community these days. Anyway, check out some sites I've built and designed (freelance), or maybe just built, if it's an agency project.


I love the web because if you ever make a mistake, you can so often just fix it. Not the case with print. When your project goes to print, that's it, so no mistakes! Print isn't really my forte, but being in a band, I can't neglect the importantance it's had in marketing the shows I've played. Obviously print plays an important role in marketing anything. I love print design. I don't do it professionally, but I do practice frequently and like doing this kind of work for fun.


I find designing a really good visual identity to be very difficult and incredibly frustrating. To be honest, I'm not very good at it. Don't hire to me to design one for you! Seriously. I'd like to think I have a sense of basic design principles, which is why I gravitate to UI design, but I'm no typographer, illustrator or artist (not professionally anyway). That's what it takes and that's why I admire anyone who does custom lettering, who can draw and that can design a memorable, meaningful identity. That being said, here's my stab at it, mostly for fun.


I love illustrations. I grew up with them in the books I read. Didn't we all? The thing about illustrations is that they work best in context, marriaged to copy, poetry, prose or some kind of writing you can pair it with, which makes them so versatile, like music. I'm not much of an illustrator myself, but once in a blue moon, I may decide to dribble or trace something. I used to do more of it, but not so much recently.