Created while working at ST8MNT, Route 91 Harvest Festival is a yearly country music festival put on by Live Nation in Las Vegas. They tasked us with creating a scalable, responsive website which communicated the festival's brand, while at the same time communicating all things Vegas.
PowerNation TV, formerly known as PowerBlock TV, is a custom muscle car and truck DIY television series. The have 4 weekly shows which showcase car builds and upgrades, and parts from well known manufacturers across the automotive industry. Their programs reach a combined 245 million homes, airing on NBC Sports Network, Spike TV and CBS Sports Network. This site needed to be fully responsive, and capable of serving up thousands of hours of on demand episodes. Load times and performance were critical to this site build.
The ETSU Arts Initiative is a communtiy movement at East Tennessee State University to realize a 30 year dream of funding and building a community performing arts center for Johnson City and the surrounding areas. I am proud to say that the key art, branding, and website we created while I was at ST8MNT, INC won a Gold Addy Award.
While working at ST8MNT, Live Nation asked us to build a site for New York City's biggest country music festival, hosted at Randall's Island. They needed a site which could be easily updated, had potential for scalability, and was mobile responsive. We took up the challenge and using some pre-existing branding elements, really made this site sing (pun intended).
The Trouble With Paris is a companion book to a video series of the same name by Mark Sayers. The theme is how to find Jesus in a consumer driven modern world. Published by Thomas Nelson Publishers, this cover needed to appeal to twenty somethings, and reference consumer overload while also focusing on Jesus himself.
A marketing poster for a fiction title published by Thomas Nelson of the same name. This poster needed to feel dark, mysterious, and appeal to the tween crowd.
Print ad for a title published by Thomas Nelson Publishers. This book is targeted to teenagers, and needed to be bold, type driven and engaging.
Bill and Gloria Gaither have been at the forefront of Gospel music for decades. When they decided to create the Homecoming Bible with Thomas Nelson Publishers, we jumped at the opportunity to take a stab at the cover designs. This cover unfortunately did not get chosen, but I loved it so much I thought it was worth making it into my portfolio.
Identity Crisis Design was the freelance business of me and my great friend Mike Borum while we both lived in Atlanta. This is a promo poster we did as a form of self branding.
If you ever watched the TV show Lost, you know that it is complicated, with many levels. The same can be said of Jesus Christ. This book attempts to parallel the two and tie the theories and concepts of the show into a spiritual manner. Written by Chris Seay, the book was met with high praise. As a fan of the show, it was a real treat to design this cover.