I designed the save the date card for a coworker of mine a few years ago. Maybe I can expand the set and try to sell it on Etsy or Amazon Handmade.
Still in the works. The initial design was meant to go on clear sticker labels. After filling the container with kettle corn, I realized that it wasn’t going to work unless we went for a 5th color (white) which was going to cost more to print. Just in case it doesn’t fall under the printing budget, I came up with the round design for simpler production.
I shot this for a friend who started her own clothing line (Detalye Unlimited). The shots were mostly done just at the house and around Corinthians.
My very first fashion shoot at Tali Beach, Batangas – Philippines. I didn’t have any of my equipment with me besides my Nikon D700 and a 1.4 50mm prime lens. Not too shabby for a first try.
Playing around with a few ideas for the farm we want to put up. Unfortunately, the name didn’t get voted in. I prefer this one over the name we have now but it’ll do for now.
This logo was designed for a Law Firm based in New York City.
This series was designed for 2puffs as a new ejuice product line.
I designed this logo for what might be the name of the aquaponic business. The longer I stare at it, the more I like the one on the black sign.
I helped a couple of old college volleyball teammates design their logo. Tan and Go are both their last names so we wanted to work those into the concept. Go U.P.!!!
These photos were shot for Tuxton’s website and catalog. On top of styling all these, I made the baked eggs and smoked salmon small bites myself!
It’s still in the works. I have a few more that I need to post but I can’t seem to zero in on a concept. So far I’m liking the idea of having imageries of San Francisco in the background – not so much landmarks but showcasing local scenes and the everyday hustles of the city.