kate bush

Bootleg t-shirt for the queen of rock.

protective remedies

Identity for my sister’s exhibition at 504 Arch. Using earthy/forest influences from the floor to ceiling fabric artworks in the show.


Grubber draws attention to our everyday environment, creating a playful narrative of the overlooked and unsightly. Sprayed symbols, discarded trash, anonymous markings and piles of rubble, merge to communicate a landscape brimming with intrigue, exploring the reality of the meaningful and perhaps more poignantly the meaningless.


I created a visual identity and ran brand direction for start-up modeling agency Jinjo. Jinjo looks to utilize the skills of people and collectives rather than just the aesthetics.

surrealism of looney tunes

The Surrealism Of Looney Tunes is a series of zines I’ve been making that explore the (accidental or otherwise) surreal elements of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons.

Each zine so far has covered a different element of what I love about these Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies: so far I’ve covered expressions (volume 1) and typography (volume 2), and this time I’m looking at the smears that pop up in stills taken from the animations.