I was recently asked by some nice folks at Complex to talk about my work, the music I listen to, and the city I live in. The interview is being used in a promotion for the Heineken “Sounds of the City” project. I’ll be releasing a one of a kind hand painted turntable shortly, and there will be two more videos coming out soon.
Many thanks to the people at Complex and Heineken, it’s exciting to be able to represent my new home, show off some work, and donate what will hopefully become a valued turntable to someone’s home. Here are some screen grabs from the first video, and a link to the Complex site where you can view my video as well as videos from other cities featured in the promotion.
Sounds of Seattle
My portfolio site has been updated with a new design and all new work.
I’m excited for the spring, and about projects past and future!
Today I have a blog post running on The Loud Cloud. To read about, and see the process of creating three spots for Money Magazine head on over here. Also, just for the fun of it, here is a shot out of the studio window today. Can’t complain!
Here are two spreads from a small zine I made about the sky.
Sorry I’ve been missing for so long…
Last weekend I had a piece running in The New York Times Book Review. The book “Ordinary Thunderstorms” was written by William Boyd, you can read more about the book here. Thanks Nicholas!
Today I have a illustration in the Letters section of The New York Times, to read the letters about Afghanistan you can click here.
This week I have a new spot in Business Week (thanks Patty!), and last week I had a larger Op-ed in The New York Times (thanks Leanne!). Below are the two pieces, Business Week first.