Styled and customized Dealer Spike’s CMS templates to create unique, responsive websites for powersports and marine dealerships nationwide. Averaged one to two builds per week, which was intense. Here are some examples of live sites (possibly edited after launch): Rocky Mountain Honda Powerhouse, Portside Marine, Island Marine Center, Vantage Powersport & Marine, Rihm Kenworth, and North Point Watersports.
Built and maintained for a private horse ridding school in Hudson, Wisconsin. This school is run by two incredibly hard-working, dedicated people with a profound love and understanding for what they do. We continue to work together to this day, refining and improving the now well-known Seventh Farm website.
Bilingual website for
a non-profit organization dedicated to the study, preservation and promotion of the Russian language, Russian folk culture and art. Wonderful people to work with! I even got to do some minor translating for the Russian version, which was super fun. Here it is online!
My illustration, animation, comics, storyboards portfolio and sketchlog! It is my creative playground. It contains nearly 600 pieces of art and has seen 22 drastically different designs. Which have become safer over the years—the early versions were crazy! Here is the latest iteration. Please take a look!
Letters in Space is a ping pong game my brother wrote in 2007. A decade later, I drew it a background, stylized, and published it. Now, anyone can play! Just remember to keep your cursor somewhat near the paddle and press F11 to play in full screen mode. Give it a try!
Website advertising nighttime sky-watching tours in Sedona, Arizona. It is a surprisingly popular business in that area! The project halted midway, but the design was quite lovely.
Design for a University of Minnesota microsite, launched following the I-35W bridge collapse. I literally drove over it the day before then around it a few days later to start this website.
Built for a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to
improving health and education in the developing world through the use of combination solar-LED solutions. Admirable project put into motion by an admirable team.
This is it right here! What began as a whimsical side project (under several domain names) expanded into a legitimate business as well as a heartfelt, decade-long support system for like-minded individuals.
As I am moving away from freelancing in favor of full-time positions, this website’s purpose is also changing. It now serves primarily as a repository for my best published work.
Interactive archive for over 200 writers and artists. Redesigned once, sometimes twice, per year. I did this while proofreading, editing, and posting the numerous weekly submissions it received. I even managed to sneak in some comic drawing. This website was an incredible amount of labor, but I loved it and devoted eight years of my life to it. No regrets!