Abandoned Zine

Did you know I attempted to make a zine? I sure hope not, I never published it. The original concept was to make a quarterly magazine of myself and my brother's current projects, distributed through direct mail and an e-reader. Schedules and program glitches got in the way (Indesign really doesn't

My Cat is Depressed.

A real children's book. Currently in production. Through bright imagery and rhyme, children will be able to understand how to live with someone struggling with Depression while reading a fun cat book.

STD Frisbee

A deviously fun way to promote awareness of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. The concept involves throwing these (gently) to passers-by on college campuses and yelling, "YOU JUST CAUGHT CHLAMYDIA!"; letting the subject know catching an STD is as easy as catching a Frisbee. The backside provides ample room for contacting the local Wellness

Pecha Kucha Speaking Event

PechaKucha Night, now in over 800 cities, was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. In just under 7 minutes, people got to see the way I think. Honest Bumper Stickers I finally got around to making these.