When England’s King Charles III was diagnosed with cancer in February 2024, I began to wonder about his place history and where his reign ranks. The result was a graphic that shows more than 1,200 years of royal history.
When Jason Kelce retired and I learned that he had been the 191st Draft Pick in 2011, I was shocked. Who of those first 190 picks could have possibly had a better NFL career? I created this info graphic to show that the answer is, maybe nobody.
The Military Moms Collective is a collaborative web-based community for military families all over the world. With almost one-quarter of a million unique monthly visitors, the website is a large and valuable source of support and information for military spouses. This seven-page graphic-rich media guide was designed so the site’s directors could show potential sponsors how well-viewed their potential advertisement could be. I managed the project, compiling data and articles from multiple contributors. In addition to the basic layout and design, I created all of the info graphics and created a style-guide so that all typographic and color choices harmonized with those use on the website.
I created this custom wall hanging for a good friend’s first granddaughter. I tried to carefully thread the needle of creative freedom and copyright infringement here while providing something that would go well with the Disney-owned nursery theme chosen by Mack’s parents.
This original vintage-style travel poster was inspired by a recent trip to Northern Africa. The main composition shows the Jami’ al-Kutubiyah mosque, Marrakesh’s largest and most prominent, surrounded by palms and orange trees in the foreground. The Atlas Mountains form the backdrop. I’m proud of the detail in this piece, especially the Arabic script that forms the poster’s border.
This colorful travel poster captures scenes of the historical highlights of Wiesbaden, Germany, a gorgeous spa town in the valley of the Rhein River just a short drive from bustling Frankfurt. On the six-scene poster below. clockwise from top left, the Russian Orthodox Church – known locally as the Griechische Kapelle – stands sentinel in the hills north of the town. The Kurhaus has drawn generations worth of visitors to its calming and rejuvenating parkland setting. The imposing Marktkirche, which survived Allied bombing in WWII, is center stage in Wiesbaden’s main square. One of main gateways to Wiesbaden, the Hauptbahnhof stands amid verdant settings. Luisenplatz is home to the city’s oldest Catholic Church, St. Bonifatius and an equestrian statue that honors those how died fighting Napoleon. And finally, the classical 19th-century Nerobergbahn funicular still takes visitors up to the heights of Neroberg for impressive views of all of Wiesbaden.