Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Wind music video

For my most recent advertising adventure, I was given the task of creating a music video for an amazing, poignant and beautiful song by Cat Stevens called "The Wind". Hope you all enjoy!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

The brain is where it's at.

This project, I must say, was one of the funner projects I've had the pleasure of doing. The progress I've made over the past week has led me to this.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Richmond: Highlighting life, love and reality

Ok, for this weeks 'Irreverent Jargon' installment, I have included some images that I gathered while taking a leisurely stroll down Broad St. in the lovely city of Richmond, Virginia. For anyone who has not had the pleasure of living in or visiting RVA then I hope that these 5 images give you a little insight into what the city's style is like. It's not the glitz and glamor that attracts me to the city; it's the griminess and decrepit buildings and worn out sidewalks that I find beautiful. The little things that the city has proceeded to over look and seem to give up on. With a little help from photoshop I was able to enhance these images to the best of my ability. Please take a gander and I hope you all enjoy!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

My cereal inquisition

Greetings! I am here for another installment of my irreverent jargon. Today, I would like to discuss something I consider very near and dear to me. if you couldn't conclude from the title, it is indeed cereal! Ya know, whenever I am at the grocery store, I always find myself spending 5 solid minutes down the cereal isle aimlessly staring at the treat that is Post cereal. I can never decide! Shall it be 'Cookie Crisp' or 'Apple Jacks' or am I feeling a bit healthy today and should I decide to go with 'Crispix'? I can never seem to make a logical and quick decision when it comes to my favorite dish. BUT, and I emphasize this 'BUT', I WILL NEVER EAT 'KASHI'! That's right, I will never ever eat 'Kashi' or let it even have the privilege of being within my sight while quizzically staring down the isle. Why you may ask?
The reason for this irreverent rant is because the other night I ran into a good friend who was carrying a box of 'Kashi'. I chuckled and looked at them and asked "Kashi"? They preceded to explain that the reason for 'Kashi' is because it's a healthy alternative to cereal eating. Bullshit! Well, I don't doubt that it is indeed much healthier for you than most cereal options, but come on people, 'Kashi'!? Not necessary, I say. Cereal is something you should want to enjoy, not feel forced to consume for simply health benefits. Ya know, last time I checked 'Apple Cinnamon Cheerios' has a shit ton of Calcium and a good source of fiber and it tastes soo fucking good! Even some of the plainest cereals are enjoyable and healthy. For example, 'Kix.' "Kid Tested and Mother Approved". Fuck yea it is. I test that shit all the time and approve of it. Any type of 'Chex', whether it be Corn or Rice (or even, if you're daring, 'honey Chex') is delicious!
To sum up this pointless blog, I have come to the conclusion that 'Kashi' is the type of cereal one will give a shot, especially if you would like to lose some unwanted pounds and start your day off better than if you sucked down some donuts or bacon and eggs, but in all reality, in a week or 2 you will be completely burnt out on this cardboard-esque cereal. Don't be fooled health nuts. I've maintained good health and I've been on a steady 'Lucky Charms' diet for the past month. In the meantime, have fun eating that 'Kashi'. The only thing you will accomplish after eating some 'Kashi' is a successful bowel movement. Truth.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Surfer Lingo

I don't know where to begin with this one. I will volunteer myself to give this poor schmuck a public speaking lesson. Better yet, I'll give him speech lessons in exchange for some crucial "pitting". Also, he needs to teach me how to make rad sound effects. I am a bit jealous of those. Very authentic.

Monday, November 15, 2010

word expressionism

Latest assignment with Illustrator.