Logo design, Holler, 2017

I was pleased to have the opportunity to design the logo for Holler—a new online arts and culture forum for the creative community of Western North Carolina. Spearheaded by Asheville-based arts organizations, REVOLVE and The MAP, issues are shaped by members of an editorial board in collaboration with the community. For more information about the project and ways to participate:


Koop, Kid Owned and Operated Play, logo, 2015

I was pleased to have been able to design the logo for KOOP. It was a fun challenge to create a stencil version that the owners could use to create signs for play events using simple and direct materials. The logo exists in two versions for different media output scenarios—digital and stencil/analog.

Design Does Exhibition Catalog

Exhibition catalog design for ‘Design Does,’ The University of the Arts, 2010 End-of-Year Design Exhibition, 2011.

Charged with translating the unique experience of the 2010 design installation at the Crane Arts Center in Philadelphia, the exhibition catalog features individual layouts, drawings, and diagrams in order to document the exhibition’s physical juxtaposition of student works from Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Multimedia, and Museum and Exhibition Planning and Design departments. It includes writing by Peter A. Hall, Sean Buffington, Jonas Milder, Jennifer Bernstein, De Angela Duff, Chris Garvin, Mike McAllister, and Anthony Guido. (more…)

Active Territory—Exhibition Planning and Graphic Design

Co-coordinator and Design Director for Graphics and Wayfinding for ‘Active Territory,’ 2011 End-of-Year Design Exhibition, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

The exhibition explores design as a practice for reenergizing and repurposing material, space, and message. The word territory denotes an area of knowledge or activity, and when activated, becomes energetic, dynamic, enthusiastic, operating and live. Active Territory was installed in at the Gallery Mall on Market Street in downtown Philadelphia.


©2011 Mark Stehle Photography


Ron Johnson Monograph

Book design, Ron Johnson, 2009.

Artist Ron Johnson commissioned me to design a book on his work. There are four essays set in both English and French that accompany full color plates of his art work. Essays by Gregory Volk, Tristan Tremeau, Cedric Loire and translations by Jorge Benitez and Jane Singleton Paul. Design assistance from Virginia Ibach Faircloth (2009 design intern).