Monday, November 4, 2013


Kidzbop asked us to refresh their brand a bit, I helped to create everything from logo concepts and packaging, to styleguide elements, and product design. below is a snapshot of the look I created for the brand:

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

the Mighty B!

Struck had the chance to help design some of Nickelodeons office space. One whole wall was covered in a collage of illustrations inspired by the creators of all the Nick cartoons, and I got to take on the Mighty B! creators: Amy Poehler, Cynthia True and Erik Wiese. Fun.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Pattern Love

This is one of the patterns I made for the Snow White and the Huntsman style guide:

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Saturday, August 3, 2013


At Struck we got to rebrand TCBY, the original frozen yogurt shop. It was a challenge to keep the integrity of the company's history, while giving the brand a modern update. Below is a concept I worked on - The graphics were meant to feel playful and loosely japanese, and the logotype was meant to evoke the feeling of creamy frozen yogurt.

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Heather Pickett

Recently, Heather Pickett took some beautiful newborn photos of my twins. I then ended up giving her branding a refresh - What a fun job. If you want some lovely photos taken of your little people, give her a shout.

Saturday, June 8, 2013

ABC Disney

Another fun project I worked on with StruckAxiom, A set of alphabet cards for the Walt Disney Family Museum. A few designers and Illustrators collaborated on the deck. I got the "P" for Princess, "I" for Imagination, and the "B" for Bambi:

Friday, June 7, 2013


I worked on a style guide for the Dreamworks film, Rise of the Guardians. Below is an Illustration that never actually made it to the final art program:

Sunday, June 2, 2013


One of my first freelance clients was Modmum, a company that makes beautiful baby slings. I got to  handle all of the branding for the launch including the logo, packaging, web concepts, identity system and more. Here's just a snipet:

Introducing ...

My little wiggle worms were born last April. They are a handful, but just so wonderful. Here is the announcement that I have been working on. Heather Pickett took the beautiful photos.

Sunday, March 31, 2013


Here are bits and pieces of the Alice and Wonderland program I did with StruckAxiom. The artwork was used to create merchandise in the gift shop at the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco:

Sunday, February 17, 2013


At Struck, we pitched an image refresh for the clothing store bebe awhile back. Sadly, we didn't end up getting the job, but it was fun to rethink their brand a bit. We wanted to push them in a more natural, and feminine direction. Here is just a small sampling of some packaging concepts I designed:

Spoilt Rotten

At Struck, we had the chance to work on a great Simpsons Program, based on the classy women of Springfield. We pitched the line of Products to upscale department stores. Here are some of the product ideas I helped develop:

Pattern Love

When I was working on a baby announcement for a friend, I ended up painting a bunch of flowers ... and then, I made a pattern from those flowers:

Flame It!

With Struck, I got to help out on a great interactive project, "Flame It" It was a project for Dreamworks coinciding with the release of their film, How to Train Your Dragon. The idea was to select one of the dragons from the film, and use it to set the interwebs on fire! Below are a few of the illustrations and type I created for the interactive team to use in the development. For more details on the project, check it out here

Lolli Ladies

A couple of my oldest friends started a small business, Lolli Ladies, making lollicakes. They are delicious, no joke. I helped them with their branding and some packaging concepts. Check it out below, and also, if you know what's good for you - order some Lollicakes. (my favorite is the Downtown Donny Blue.)

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Pattern Love

I designed these patterns for a Stationary project that sadly, fell through.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Capture a Fairy

At Struck, we are often involved in so many fun things at the Grand America Hotel, like La Bonne Vie, the Holiday Window Stroll, and Jou Jou. I got to design and Illustrate the "Capture a Fairy" packaging - There are about 15 different fairies to collect, and you can get them now at Jou Jou! 

P.S. - the talented Beth Lopez wrote all of the sweet little stories for each fairy.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013


With the art direction of Brent Watts, I got to design this invitation to the Grand Re-Opening of the Konditorei bakery in Sun Valley. It was a dream print job. This piece had lots of bells and whistles including hand done calligraphy, sewn paper, letter pressing and shimmering envelopes...yesssss!

Sunday, February 10, 2013


I have done a lot of work for Paparazzi over the last few years. I started with their branding, and have expanded that brand into everything from apparel to web design concepts. It has been fun to see a brand from start to finish, and apply it to so many mediums. Here is a small sampling of some of that work:

Pattern Love

A pattern I made forever ago for the Some Like It Hot style guide:

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Fanboy and Chum Chum

Struck often gets to work with Nickelodeon on tons of fun projects. This was a composition I worked on for the Style Guide.


Through Struck, I got to do some work for Cricut, a company that makes sweet crafting supplies. We got to do some really comprehensive work including branding, packaging, a photo shoot, advertising, and a style guide.  Here is a small sampling of some of that work:

Style Guide: