C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien shaped most of my imagination growing up, and I’m attempting to marry some of my photography with favorite words from my buddies (as I like to think of them).
I’m new to the whole culture of rock bouncing, but apparently it’s a lot of fun involving suped-up buggies and all-terrain vehicles. Sponsors, competitors, and families gather together for weekends of races and advertising.
My cousin and her husband lead C&C Racing, with the title group “Hot Shot.”
I had the opportunity to design their poster for this weekend’s convention–in about two hours.
Hope they’re having fun. If I have any luck, I’ll be there to photograph the next event!
This one isn’t finished yet, but I’m excited to see where it goes. This is completely drawn from scratch. I’ve never illustrated a dinosaur before, but I love velociraptors from the Jurassic movie series so I figure it’s a good place to start.
Shoutout to Owen from Jurassic World, played by the talented Chris Pratt, in Lego form currently on my desk (complete with motorcycle!)
Still en route to work in concept and design areas, here’s the next architectural endeavor I’ve been working on. It’s not finished yet, so we’ll see where it goes.
Very interesting study in glass and water reflection.
Sort of. I drew it. On a computer. No photos involved (I love the night sky!)
I’ve been into animation since I was a wee thing, and, fairy creature that I am, fantasy elements typically play into my creations. So, whilst listening to the very talented Jim Dale narrate Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, I drew this. It’s completely original, and I have no idea what the rest of the world looks like outside of the image you see, because I have yet to create it.
Maybe I can work in video game production design, hmmm?
Shout out to Weta Workshop, who WILL be my future employer (or maybe just in my dreams..?)
Thrilled to have booked another incredibly talented actress for a series of head shots that I will be shooting this week in beautiful Saint Augustine, FL. Will post them as soon as I can.
Also in the news, I’m really getting into illustration and would LOVE to created cover art or illustrations for novels. If you need them, CALL OR EMAIL ME.
Currently I’m working on the cover for Neosho: Book Two by Richard Brian Cain, and I’ll be sending out teasers as I go.
In the meantime, here are some of those illustrations I’ve been working on. Most of them are for middle and high schools as a re-envisioning of school mascots.
I’ve been challenging myself at work to do more intricate design work while maintaining my style. Here are a few samples of what I’ve been doing for the past month.
Need a design catered for your business or team? I’m your man… or woman, to be more accurate.
I’m delighted to have found a real focus for the company, which has moved away from marketing and commercial work, and headed toward education and ministry.
Yes, I am a Christian, and I fully intend to use this company for Christ in one way or another. My excitement has no bounds as I write and design workshops for students who don’t normally have the opportunity to learn filmmaking.
Now, this move toward open profession of faith will NOT make me terribly popular in the secular world. Tough cookies. It’s happening.
Right now I’m writing a feature length Thriller. I’ll keep you updated on its progress. Pretty much finished with developing all the characters, but as you know, things happen along the process of writing.
Also on the side, I’ve got a feature HORROR in the making–which is really exciting and cinematic.
I’m also re-editing a novel, for which I created the original cover art illustration. I’ll have to create a new one for the re-release and the sequel.