Welcome to my portfolio site! I’ve moved things around recently, so click here if you’re looking for game art. Don’t forget to check out my latest demo reel for motion graphics and animation. Please enjoy my work, and I hope we can work together soon.
The ESC (Eddie's Social Committee) website was designed to showcase the brand new ESC Game Theaters popping up all over the US. The design is responsive to conform to whatever device it is being viewed on. The main hero image plays a video on loop.
Logo and art direction by Jonathan Grimm.
When a designer gets married, she must accept the challenge of creating a wedding invitation that is unique and beautiful. I was happy to accept the challenge!
The overall design is inspired by art nouveau and art deco. The event is at Paris in Las Vegas, so naturally I wanted it to feel a little Parisian. Traditionally wedding invites include a lot of information as well as RSVP cards and hotel info. We decided to opt instead for a website to simplify the process for our guests.
Hand Lettered Holiday Postcard
Took some time this season to create a holiday postcard to send to friends and family. First I sketched a couple versions on paper before digitizing it and printing it via Moo.com.
Shake Mobile App
Avonex Mobile Website
Evoke Health Banners
I worked on several ad campaigns for pharmaceutical companies while working as a Visual Designer at Evoke Health. Each are laid out in Photoshop, and some were then animated in Flash. A static gif was made to substitute the Flash banner on any devices that do not support it.
Twice A Child Book Cover
Ann Elia Stewart commissioned me to illustrate and design a cover for her book. Twice A Child is a beautiful story about a man's mind deteriorating from Alzheimer's Disease. I took this concept and used a rocking chair as the main focus, a relic of both old age and new life.
This design never made it to final publication.
IGN App Concept
This goal of this project was to create about six slides to mock up a potential interactive video. I was given a script and complete creative freedom. Many of the images were photo-manipulated to help visualize a story of a young man living in a dream world, seeking to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend.