Fundraising events are necessary for any philanthropic/non profit organization. The more engaging the event, the better. Last week I was asked to provide my photography skills for Noble of Indiana, and organization that “creates opportunities and provides learning disability services for the developmentally disabled to live meaningful lives in Indiana.” “Raising the Stakes” […]Read more "Costumes, Casinos, and a Cause – “Photo Booth” @ Raising the Stakes for Noble of Indiana"
If you read blog from time to time you know that I am a fan of typography. As I was perusing the web today I came across this list of typography design, inspirational in nature. Actually it was the above image from Popular Mechanics that caught my eye. It’s a magazine my father subscribes […]Read more "45 Impressive Typography Designs"
Being the day before the big election I found it fitting to share some political work of my own. It’s not on the national stage mind you, but of a local race here in Indiana for State Representative. The gentleman running for office I’ve known for over a decade since our days back […]Read more "Political Design Work – Appropriate a Day Before the Election Don’t You Think?"
That’s right. I was on Wheel of Fortune. I could go into great detail here, but I’d rather share the story I wrote for my fellow entrepreneur friends over at IndySphere….where they are “Curating All Things Indy”. I originally provided design assistance with their logo design back in early 2012 and now I’ve been invited […]Read more "I’d Like to Buy a Vowel…My Wheel of Fortune Adventure (As Seen on IndySphere.com)"
Who wants to simply read something when it can be presented in a much more visual fashion. I believe we are becoming an increasingly visual culture, relying on the image more than the text to convey a message. However, I also believe the happy medium between the two forms of communication is the […]Read more "Social Media History via One Giant Infographic"
Is it too late to review a movie 5 years after it’s release? If it is, well I don’t really care. Last week I wrote about the top typography lessons available only (check it out to refresh your memory). When I tweeted the story out, I joking asked what my followers’ favorite font was. Right […]Read more "Helvetica – Yeah it’s a Movie About a Font"
Back in 2007, a couple years after graduating college, and before I ventured into the world of design all on my own, I would scour the internet and job boards for hours on end looking for work. What is the one item every potential employee is supposed to have…the all encompassing “get to know […]Read more "Design Resume – More than a Word Doc"