I’m a freelance illustrator living in Seattle, Washington with my girlfriend, my dog and lots of books. I graduated from Clemson University in 2012 with a degree in architecture, but quickly discovered that I preferred the freedom and creativity of illustration.
I work in both digital and traditional mediums, often combining the two to create a unique and bold style. In the past, I have worked on animations, editorial pieces, murals, and other illustration projects. Currently, I am working on a variety of client projects and putting together my first picture book.
I have been fortunate to work on some really amazing projects recently including this mural for the Columbus Museum of Art. I was hired to design a large-scale graphic that visualised how people might use their imagination in their everyday lives. For this piece I decided to work completely digitally so that I would be able to enlarge the graphic without fear of loosing any quality. I started by creating lots of sketches on paper of characters and environments. I then scanned the sketches onto my computer and created vector artwork in Adobe Illustrator. CMOA was pleased with the results, and so am I!