"Briss and Myself discussing dried up salt pans on the edge of the Tunisian Sahara. Our Rick James lookalike guide wanted to take us for a hike through the pans. We declined due to the lack of a camel."
For the longest time I've kept much of what I do in secrecy, but I know when I research someone or some thing, I always dig through their web presence. So I decided to start sharing more about my thought process and a slice of my inspiration on a weekly basis. Plus, I have too much work which hasn't seen the light of day.
This site - as well as the agency - is undergoing a lot of changes. Thanks for looking.
From the discard pile of an album cover I'm working on with some folks on Justin Vernon's new label, Totally Gross National Product (MPLS). I also had the wildest photoshoot of my life on April 7. I plan to release more photos once their album drops next month.
After trying all the different CMSs out there and finding them to either be a)tech overkill for my projects and b)not user-friendly - I think I may've found a little gem. It's called Kirby and it is a flat-file system.
This has recently taken a larger role in my process
Sagmeister's subtle and not subtle chaos. From I Used To Be a Design Student. While I'm largely an auto-didact in the graphic design dimension - I appreciate reading about others' past experiences.
Articulating three-dimensional design.
The first step in a rebrand entails a comprehensive overview of existing analog and digital communications. This serves to best understand the problem and to produce a holistic solution.
You may also find more visual snippets on Instagram.
"You realized my vision better thank I could" - Jason Heussner of Muse Independent Styling
"Your work increased my revenue by a million dollars" - Marty Long of Minnesota Mulch and Soil