KANSAS CITY ICONS
My wife's younger sister asked me to design a Kansas City themed print for her for Christmas, and I jumped at the chance to create a set of Kansas City themed became the basis of the poster below.
DEVOTED FOLLOWER ICONS
In 2018 Liberty Christian Fellowship (see more from this client here) wanted to clarify their mission statement by adding some additional elements. The mission statement of "Building Devoted Followers of Jesus Christ" had these 5 characteristics added to it. In order to aid in people's understanding of these characteristics, I established a new color scheme and created icons for each. These icons were meant to be simple ways for people to remember each trait, with the idea that each circle represents a person within the process of their becoming a devoted follower of Jesus Christ.
In order to promote a medical conference in Washington D.C., I created a illustrations of each of the major monuments in the city. It was a challenge to try and replicate each building with all it's detail in a similar style, and I used the little flag as a consistent piece to identify the conference brand within each illustration.
For a Christmas series at Liberty Christian Fellowship, I created icons for the character we were discussing each week of the series. King Jesus, Baby Jesus, The Shepherds, Herod, and The Magi. These were used in various applications to promote each week of the series.
My wife and I spent part of our honeymoon in Iceland, and loved each and every waterfall we got to see. This one is Skogafoss, our favorite in Iceland. I created this one as a morning warmup exercise.
"AUTHOR THE NEXT CHAPTER" ICONS
To add some detail for a brochure for a library in Kansas, I built a set of icons for each section of the book. I based all the imagery on an open book, and then modified each one to add some interest to a brochure seeking to raise money for a building remodel.
SAN DIEGO IMAGERY
For a conference in San Diego, I needed an opening scene for an animation video I was working on. I spent hours examining the San Diego skyline, trying to get the style of the buildings right. In addition to the skyline image, I created icons for the major San Diego landmarks, as well as some battleships and container ships to represent San Diego's iconic coastal presence.
For a conference taking place in London, I built this illustration of Big Ben to serve as the anchor of the logo. This one went through a number of iterations from sketch to final vector and it was a great learning experience for how to create the lines of major landmarks.
As a personal exercise, I created the three major college mascots in geometric animal form.
HEALTH AND BODY ICONS
I created these icons for Great Plains Laboratory to use in various applications and videos to support the lab.
DOCTOR WEBSITE ICONS
Dr. William Shaw, the head of the medical lab I worked for at the time, needed a personal website that would accompany speaker proposals he would send out. I created these icons as a simple way of representing some of his work on the website.
GEOMETRIC ANIMAL FARM
For a month I challenged myself to make a geometric animal every day. I didn't quite make every day, but I did make 21! This was a great exercise for me and one of my first forays into stretching my illustration skills.