I have done photo editing manipulation, logo fabrication and other graphic design work. Here is a list with links to all of my examples as well as links to the different people and companies I have worked with.
- Early 2017 to the present, I am working as the lead graphic designer for The Hentai HQ hentai news website. I have created all of the templates for the blog banners and social media marketing material to create a uniform look for the website. I also create ancillary graphics and photo manipulate for posts on the site and on social media. You can see a few examples at this link HERE.
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- From mid-2014 to early 2015, I started working as a freelance graphic designer for a local Downtown Los Angeles magazine called DWN LA. Check out some more about this magazine, where to download it and examples of the spreads I have worked on at this link HERE.
- From mid-2012 to mid-2014 I worked for Chris Gore’s successful podcast, PodCRASH with That Chris Gore, and fabricated header graphics for episodes number 1 through 53 of his tumblr page. Check out some examples of these headers at this link HERE.
- In 2013 Chris Gore also released his first comedy album. Along with this album was a small run of print and a digital book called, ‘Celebrities Poop.’ I was responsible for taking all of the pictures, which were hand drawn by his daughter Haley Gore, scanning them into the computer, cleaning them up in photoshop, laying out each page and adding the wording. Check out some examples from the book HERE.
- The 2013 Comic-Con issue of GEEK Magazine I was involved in helping Chris Gore with an article he wrote called, “The Ultimate San Diego Comic-Con Survival Guide.” I was responsible for cleaning up photos taken of people in cosplay costumes and creating a line of these characters to be placed at the bottom of the article. Examples of this can be seen HERE.
- Check out the flyer created for the improv comedy group Comic Book Live HERE.
- In late 2012, author and tv guest star Fred Stoller approached me about helping him come up with assets for the cover of his new book, “Maybe We’ll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star.” The idea was to take the logos of some of the shows he has appeared on as a guest star and recreate these logos to look similar. They are supposed to be worn out stickers on a traveled suitcase that he is leaning on. The finalized sticker logos can be seen on the cover HERE.
- In 2015, “Maybe We’ll Have You Back,” finally was published as a physical paperback print release.