Written in a very tight, Dan Brown-esque magazine style of writing, Unsub is fairly thick on plot yet transient on character or story structure.
I, Tonya is a stylish reinvention of Harding’s life, portrayed by Margo Robbie, and the tabloid theatrics surrounding the events of the 1994 Olympic Figure Skating Championship.Continue reading “I, Tonya: A Movie Review”
This past year, Miami adopted a new online system to conduct on-campus recruiting as well as events such as the various career fairs occurring throughout the year. Continue reading “PROJECT: Handshake Advertising”
I’ve been dancing with this idea for quite some time: anthropomorphizing rats into various occupations, all of which make money from other people’s misery. Each image will have the character iterating one word that best rationalizes its respective behavior. Pretty simple concept, but it permits me to play with typography, design, lighting, illustration, color, and inking, calling back to my days at the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art.
So … I’m learning to draw rats, the filthy beasts.
I’m still debating how I need to draw this: either in a more realistic approach or something with a more cartoon-style flair.
The goal of this piece was to communicate to students that the Miami Career Center employed a photographer to take professional headshots for LinkedIn. Simple story. I had a great time working this one out, doing that subtle, invisible geometry that makes or breaks a communications piece.
I’m fairly pleased with the bokeh in this piece. Heather had a wonderful, almost impish smile I did not want to obfuscate with either copy or the lens I used. I feel as though this was a pretty good compromise in marrying words with photography to tell a message as clearly, concisely as possible.