My family spent Christmas in Panama City Beach; it was a wonderful way to relax after a long semester and get to know my new brother-in-law better. Best of all, our beach-front condo provided some …Read More →
For my media law and regulation course this past semester, I had to pick a topic of media law that pertains to my chosen career path and write a report on it. I decided the …Read More →
@ashleydworsham campaigns could seriously use visual artists like you for their materials, so who knows
— JT Bennett (@jt_b92) October 29, 2015
Politics are not my favorite dinner-time discussion. I take …Read More →
Five years ago, I took an architecture course where the prof taught us to not view buildings as structures but as shaping of space. The notion intrigued me and stuck with me. Three years ago, my typography professor taught me to also view letters as the shaping of space.
Immediately, I was hooked.
Ever since, I have drawn my own letters, dreamed of designing my own fonts, and contemplated going to grad school for typeface design. When possible, I incorporate custom work into my designs, as visible in my Dragons Drumline logo and Nothing More Artistic silk screen poster. Self-taught, I use Instagram for inspiration, read a few key books for help, experiment with different mediums, and mostly make it up as I go along.
My friend Alex Jones (portfolio, Instagram, LinkedIn) decided to start the #365DaysOfLettering project this summer. It is exactly what it sounds like: Every day for a year, he does one lettering piece. Graciously, Alex let me join the fun. While he has been working in a digital format, I have stuck with analog so far. For me, the goal is not to spend 365 consecutive days spitting out portfolio-ready pieces. Um, who has time for that? Instead, this is an expirement in trying new things so I can better learn the craft of typography. Not everyday is an awesome design, but every day includes learning or trying something new.
You can find my pieces* on my Instagram.
*Warning: There is a semi-abundance of designs about baseball and my loathing of rain delays.
Neither graphic design nor broadcasting are merely about making things look good, although it may feel that way some days. Both disciplines require deep research before the aesthetic element can even be touched.
Last winter and …Read More →
Designed and coded for a class project, this site is for Papi’s Table, a fictional restaurant located in Canton, Ohio. It utilizes bold photography, a vibrant red, and beautiful Google fonts to appeal to wide …Read More →
There are a lot of things I love about in-semester breaks. Eating homemade food, catching up on sleep, watching real TV instead of Netflix… But one of the best parts is having more than 30 …Read More →
One of my final projects this past semester was to design the advertisement campaign for a modern-day social issue. The campaign was to include an 8.5″ x 11″ magazine advertisement, an 857 px x 300 …Read More →
“Baseball is a fun game. It beats working for a living.” (Phil Linz)
At the end of January, I was hired by the Dayton Dragons Professional Baseball Team as their Entertainment Production Intern. …Read More →