This is the banner design I created for a friend's sports blog web site, City of Angels Sports. Chock full of
great info and opinion on the Southern California sports scene, the banner has five well known L.A. area
sports venues: Staples Center, Dodger Stadium, the L.A. Coliseum, Angel Stadium, & the Rose Bowl.
Are you a fan of Southern California area sports? Visit City of Angels Sports today!
This is the theatrical one-sheet I made for director Brad Robinson's independent feature film, Public
Interest. The film is about a reality show where the contestants are forced to live with each other,
Big Brother style, but with the addition of shock collars to make sure the contestants don't
wander too far from the house. Public Interest is now available for sale on DVD.
Purchase a copy today by clicking here.
This is a flyer I created for a local Southern California performance of Guys & Dolls.
In October 2010, Savin' Up For Saturday Night had a second run at the Grove Theatre in Upland, CA.
The producers wanted a whole new look for the main logo, but still wanted to reference the original
show and some of the returning cast members. This was the result.
This is a set of four posters I created for the hit musical, Savin' Up For Saturday Night, which ran from
September 18 to October 31, 2009 at Sacred Fools Theater in Los Angeles, California. Originally intended
to be distributed as postcards in sets, each one depicts two of the main characters of the show, or the
last one, showing the cast as a whole. Each image features a "hand-drawn" image that was created by
manipulating my original photography in Adobe Photoshop. You can see more of the elements
I created for the show by clicking here.
In additional to my work on Savin' Up For Saturday Night, I also worked on the promotional material for
Sacred Fools' entire new 13th season (Savin' Up was the premiere show of the season). I originally
prepared two different looks, the preferred one with a Twilight Zone motif, and an alternate based
on the Ocean's Twelve theme. For the official version, in addition to the numbers on the watch
going to 13, astute onlookers will notice that the time on the watch is 9:18,
or the date which the first show of the season premiered, September 18.
The LaRusso Chronicles is a short sketch I wrote and directed for Sacred Fools Theater's late night Serial Killers series.
It is also my first piece ever performed live on stage. It is the story of Daniel LaRusso, best known to you as the Karate
Kid, and his ongoing adventures against the Cobra Kai as a grown up. To commemorate the event, I created this poster
as an homage to the original Karate Kid poster. Unfortunately, the piece was voted off the very first week, but much like
the movie, this pilot episode will live on in our hearts forever. To read the script of this lone performance, click here.
Into The Maelstrom is a science-fiction short film originally shot for the 2005 48 Hour Film Project.
Since its debut there, it has gone on to screen at numerous festivals and win mulitple awards.
Not bad for a film that was conceived, written & produced in only 2 days from start to finish!
Game Over is an independent feature film directed by the very talented Peter Sullivan, who also directed
Into The Maelstrom. It tells the story of a man forced to participate in a deadly game of street fighting in
exchange for his family's safety. In this unfinished poster (my first attempt at such, as well), I experimented
with different ways to show the main character's difficulty in dealing with his situation, as illustrated by the
crooked lines. Like I said, this was my first attempt at graphic design from many years ago, presented
here for your enjoyment!