Welcome to my portfolio. Much of what you see here is what I think represents me as an artist, but I am capable of much more. As a graphic artist it’s important to adapt to the needs of the client, like a chameleon. When you limit what you can do, you close doors that could lead to better opportunities and ways to learn. Check back often to see what’s new, if there is something you like to see let me know.
This Brookhaven, New York non-profit organization is small but powerful organization. Over the last 50 years their goal has been simple. To preserve and conserve the rural, cultural and historical character of the hamlet of Brookhaven and surrounding areas in Suffolk County, New York. Jump on over the site and give a little donation.
Champion of Unchaining Dogs.
Former Michael Vick “Bad Newz Kennel,” located in Smithfield, Virginia has now become a safe haven and center for advocacy. The folks here do good work and rely on donations to please take a visit over to the site and give a little.
Local pet sitter needed a fun and friendly logo to give her an edge to the competition.
Independent film maker needed a logo that reflected his edgy films.
Connecticut based production company needed a wild hand written logo that represented their unique brand of film.
Leaping Horse was looking for a new design for their labels. I drew inspiration from the famous “Leaping Bull,” Minoan fresco from 1450 BC.
Book/Label Design & Album Art
Local musician and producer Bobby Corsetti was looking for album art for his 4th studio EP “Not By Chance.” After listening to it the theme of space and self exploration rose to the top. The end result, something entirely not by chance.
Bobby Corsetti was back at it again in the winter of 2019 with his 5th studio album “A String And A Prayer.” This one was inspired by a trip Bobby took to Nashville, TN. and an old fighter pilot adage “A Wing and Prayer.”
Self-publishing author Neil Maresca needed cover art for his book that, in one image could sum up a heartwarming and unforgettable tale of self-discovery while on a bus tour of Italy.
Label design for Leaping Horse Vineyard.
I was commissioned by a family to bring their old family photo back to life.
While there’s nothing too exciting going on I was able to clean it up significantly.
As a way to get ahead in the winter months real estate agents will have the houses they represent manipulated in a way that it makes them look in season.
The goal is always to make the image look seamless so that the viewer can’t tell what’s real and what’s been manipulated
In some instances a real estate agent will be asked to stage a home. Rather than spend exorbitant amounts of money they’ll have it virtually staged.
The process of digital staging is far more cost effective and it’s easy to see how it breaths some life into a an otherwise empty room.