While at United Pet Group, I created this internal brand for a group of product developers and engineers. The expression "Skunk Works" is widely used in business, engineering, and technical fields to describe a group within an organization given a high degree of autonomy tasked with working on advanced or secret projects. In this case, the team was making a high-end line of aquatic fish products for Tetra® and Marineland®.
This project is a visual archive depicting all the different birds I come across living on the East Coast. I recently stepped foot into the world of birding and creating these illustrations helps me remember what I see. It's easier for me to retain the key characteristics of each bird by illustrating them in this basic iconic form.
What originally started as a personal project, has since expanded into various conservation efforts around the US. Most significantly, the Belted Kingfisher icon was used on signage at various state parks around Texas.
When Convergys recently announced they had completed the acquisition of Stream, they needed a brand update that would clearly unify the two companies as one. This merge meant that Convergys would become the world's largest customer management firm made up of 125,000 employees working in more than 150 service centers and 31 countries. I worked with FleishmanHillard to create over 150 different collateral pieces including a styleguide to help assist the internal Convergys team through the process and understanding of maintaining and growing the new brand.
These one of a kind headphones were created in collaboration with Sol Republic and RB Media Lab. They were used for the grand prize at the 2012 DEEP all-styles dance competition.
This project was created to help educate people about global issues surrounding the banana. Through infographics and visualizations, the book paints a picture of how banana's grew to become the most widely distributed and consumed fruit in America. It also explains how Tropical Race 4 (Panama Disease) is steadily ravaging export crops around the world and could eventually lead to the extinction of Americas favorite banana, the Cavendish.