JT Construction, LLC.

March 3, 2012

This website needed a clean, professional look to fit this construction business’ existing identity. A WordPress based content management system makes this website easy to update. The widgetized footer allows room for extra content and links to provide more value and easier navigation for visitors. Click here to view the live site…


Save Trees. Recycle.

July 27, 2011

For this poster, my art director needed a design that would reflect the importance and benefits of recycling paper. I chose to work with a simple, clean look to emphasize the straight-forwardness of the message and to show that there is no reason not to recycle, since it is so easy.


Devastation on the Delaware

July 27, 2011

My client needed a website for a book titled Devastation on the Delaware. The full screen background pulls the viewer into the scene and relates the devastating nature of the flood of ‘55. Photographs from the author’s collection of flood images were composed and colorized to create a sense of drama. Some of the images […]


The Write Stuff

July 27, 2011

This website design was inspired by the existing logo. Click here to view the live site…


Chili Cookoff

July 27, 2011

This event was all about the spicy kick. To attract viewers, I chose a vibrant color palette to grab attention. Large, bold shapes that are too big to be contained in the image area evoke a huge good time and big taste during the “chili” fall weather.


Word Forge Books

July 27, 2011

This custom designed website is all about color and a clean layout to make a bold statement. The cheerful orange and purple combination provides energy while the simple layout makes this website super easy to navigate. Antique books in the background provide some texture and identify this publishing business. This website features WordPress as a […]


Frankie’s Coloring Book

July 27, 2011

Frankie the Walk ‘N Roll Dog inspires children and adults to, “Always be positive, make a difference, and keep on rolling!” This coloring book featured an existing illustration of Frankie to reflect the look of the previously published story books. On the paper doll dog pages I used those same bright, bold colors and illustration styles […]