The Dolby Art Series is a collaboration with 22 international artists and studios from London, Thailand, Poland, Japan and the Americas that were given a simple design concept, taking cues from the iconic Double D logo to make their own statement and interpretation. The artworks are hung in offices world-wide. In collaboration with Mucho.
Dolby exists at the intersection of science and art, pursuing the science of sight and sound to create exceptional sensory experiences. It was natural for a company that enables artistry through technology to engage with creators to deliver that exceptional sensory experience through their art.
The Amsterdam-based design collective Experimental Jetset created a diptych which revolved around the transformation from a material object to abstract information and then back to material object. The up-and-coming New York-based agency Gretel created a piece that incorporates elements of visual graphs used by sound designers. Working primarily in CGI, multidisciplinary artist and illustrator David McLeod contributed three visually distinct yet interconnected works that are a physical representation of synthesizer waveforms. Sara Andreasson took a more playful illustrative approach featuring the intimate whispers between people.
Creative strategy, curation, production. Featured on Fast Company, winner of IDSA's Gold International Design Excellence Award.
Dolby celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014 and consolidated nearly 800 employees from four different San Francisco offices into a newly remodeled building the heart of Market Street. With this landmark time in the company's history comes a daunting sense of responsibility: How can a new headquarters inspire the next 50 years of innovation.
I lead a group of artists and designers to tell meaningful stories throughout the building that aligns with the brand vision and continues Dolby's legacy of making imaginative things with others.
This video portfolio design and animation for the Georgia Tech's School of Architecture was projected at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.
I worked alongside Tristan Al-Haddad, Aaron Byrd, and Stefan Kjartansson on the development of the concept and the production of the showcase. Knowing it was to be present continually for the extent of the exhibition we wanted the continuos loop to be both subtle and engaging.
Save the Date card for Allie & Andy. May 13, 2017 -> 51317
Illustration and design for "Teen Paranormal Romance" an exhibition held at The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center that shares the same name with the category of Young Adult fiction. The back of the mailer includes instructions for folding the poster into a book jacket.
Creative exhibition design for "Teen Paranormal Romance" at The Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center. Opening photos: Kimberly Binns
Maestro, a startup to help people manage their music and media files across multiple devices, needed a brand system that would stand out from dozens of other competing services.
The idea of a personalized music management experience inspired the brand mark developed for Maestro. It was not one universal brand but countless iterations representing various tastes and genres of music. The mark functioned as if scribbled by a fan to the beat of their favorite song.
59 fluorescent lighting fixtures suspended in a roofless ruin at The Goat Farm in Atlanta. This project was produce for the Hambidge Auction, a fundraiser benefiting the Hambidge Creative Residency. We produced this over the course of five days. Im indebted to these fine folks for helping to make it happen: Danny Davis, Adrian Barzaga, Elwen Hau, Megan Worthington. The fixtures were donated by People of Resource.
Fusionbrands is an award-winning design company that aims to create "original solutions to life’s everyday challenges."
Its kitchen products needed a website that could attract, enlighten and win over customers.
This poster commemorates the 100th anniversary of Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture program. It’s celebrated with a lecture series by former graduates of the school. The 100 circles refer to the centennial. Each circle is proportional to the graduation class size for each year.
This was done in collaboration with several Armchairs, including Stefan and Farbod. Also with the ideas of Ted Ullrich, Travis Ekmark and Raymond Forbes. The poster was mailed to architecture schools, organizations and alumni.
Guidebook for Modern Atlanta
Modern Atlanta is a yearly design week promoting architecture, film, and fashion. As creative director I oversaw a team of designers, photographers and writers to help product the MA10, a collection of articles featuring the people and places showcased throughout the week and the events that corresponded.
Bear, 24x36" giclée print on 310 gsm BFK Rives, edition of 4
This work was for Armchair's Tenure Art Fundraiser
10 artists created 10 works for 10 charities to celebrate Armchair's 10th anniversary.
This print was for Noah's Ark, an animal rescue rehabilitation center in Georgia.
Dream Collection Agency is performance art project developed as a faux company that collects, catalogues and recreates dreams in virtual reality. In collaboration with Kris Pilcher & Dale Adams
Art direction for digital marketing campaign. Adult Swim's was beginning one hour earlier, now at 9pm.
MA Design is Human is focused on the business of promoting bold design in Atlanta and internationally. Since 2006, it has put Atlanta on the minds of designers, architects and design enthusiasts.
The wordmark is at the heart of the brand. The letter-shapes are drawn from scratch, and the mark is stripped of any decoration.
Plywood Presents logo and key art
Logo and identity system for Trade.
Rural Studio is a twenty-year project of Auburn University, designed to give architecture students hands-on experience designing and building homes.
Of equal importance, the program provides quality, low-cost housing for the people of west Alabama’s Black Belt region.
The Rural Studio philosophy suggests that everyone, rich or poor, deserves the benefit of good design. We carried this ethos into the website, capturing the project through the use of simple, strong images featuring the people of Rural Studio and their projects.
Visit the Rural Studio website.