Ireland Landmark

I found this landmark in Ireland in the spring of 2009 while traveling through the country side. It was not anything special to Ireland and was just on the side of the road. I loved that it is tilted and falling apart, I wish I knew what the building was once used for. I wanted to make the black and white not so extreme and give it a soft a little vintage feel.



I took this picture in the spring of 2009 on a trip to London. During that time I took a trip see Stonehenge, sadly though you are not allowed to walk through the rocks just around them. I then took them into Photoshop made it black and white and played with the levels. I like that there is very minimal deep black giving the photograph a sharper richer look.

Sewing Machine

This was my first time working with Illustrator and I need to re-upload the file because I noticed some things moved at the bottom of the sewing machine. Recreating a sewing machine was not an easy task with all the different shapes that the machine has. I did this in the Fall of 2011.

Sewing Strips

This game was created in the spring of 2012 and it was all done in Illustrator. The sewing machine was sliced up into equal parts then I position the pieces together trying to keep it interesting to look at as there are some white squares. The font for the title is one I choose for the way the S’s were done.

Ad Bottle

This the label I made for a hair spray bottle and part of the label was used in part of a magazine advertisement I made. It was made in the spring of 2012. I used Photoshop for the background and changing the color of the cotton candy. I then made an Indesign document and placed the images in them. The text was added last and was based on another hair spray bottle.



This is a picture of my grandfather taken before my mother was even a thought. Through the years the picture got bent and stains all over the image. This summer I took the time on Photoshop and lightened the image and went  by small sections cleaning up the image. He cleaned up pretty well.