I worked with Greg Olsen and his charity, the Heartest Yard to create a commemorative shirt for the Kings of Leon Charlotte show. A portion of ticket and sales from merch went towards the charity, helping out kids with congenital heart defects. It was a great chance to work with talented folks doing good.
I worked with Titus Smith over at ESPN to create a series of illustrations for their online feature, THE DAKULATOR. The tool would compare the Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott's pay to the rest of the QB's in the league, showing time they would have to play to match Dak's relatively low salary. We created a large hero image that was animated as well as a bank of 40+ portraits of the other QB's and some of the top players in the league. Thanks to Titus and the team for such a fun one to collaborate on. Go check it out!
Last year I worked on a series of brand illustrations for RSM, in partnership with renowned ad agency LGA. The project expanded this year to a series of videos, diving into employee stories about what made them unique and uniquely suited for their roles at RSM. This time around our creative team grew to include Caravan Films and motion designer David Stanfield. My role was to take the approved interview cuts and find creative ways to weave illustration and motion design to help tell the story. It was a really fun process as I got to take the illustration from early rough storyboards to generate conceptual direction, to the production of final illustrated assets and then create tight boards and assets to hand off to David to work his magic. The project was a lot of fun and thanks to LGA and my fellow collaborators.
Below are some process images from one of the stories as well as one of the final videos (we produced 5 in all).
I had the pleasure of working with Theory House on a commemorative, limited edition Pepsi Zero Sugar can design for the Super Bowl LI Halftime Show. These were produced in limited quantity for the event.
The program also expanded to include outdoor and fleet graphics. Below are some shots taken from social media, showing some of the program elements.