Logos and Faculty Website Designs

Even though I get all kinds of work, I still enjoy making logos the most. I’ve been fortunate to work with all kinds of clients from all backgrounds. Here are just a few to give you an idea of me. After that, look at how I taught myself CSS by redoing my faculty website every semester. I know… I’m crazy like that.


Nuthin’ but th’ Truth:

My Primary Data

I’m currently living/teaching in South Florida with my wife, Trish. We have a daughter in college, and two grown sons (I say grown because they have their OWN apartments!), that we stay in contact with weekly. You can’t imagine how peaceful it’s finally become around here.

My secret identity

By trade, I’m a full-time college professor. I teach web design and graphic design courses. My graphics classes cover branding, identity design, packaging, art direction and advertising. My web classes cover html, javascript, xhtml, css, php and mysql (are these acronyms freaking you out or what?). Lately, I’ve been reviewing potential textbooks for publishing houses. I’ve reviewed books on design fundamentals, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Dreamweaver, package design and branding. I’m currently recording a massive amount of video tutorials for a collection of online courses. It sounds like a lot, but I’ve learned how to pace myself.

After Rush Hour

I spend a lot of time with my wife. I know it’s not popular today, but we enjoy each others company. We always make time for one another. We’ve been travelingin and out of the country lately and believe it or not, we still go out on dates (with each other of course)!

When Home Alone

When I’m alone, I draw a lot. Not as much as ten years ago, but still enough to keep my skills fresh. I’m currently posting an online comic which is a sequel to my 80’s project. If you haven’t read the first story, you can purchase it here.

My Distractions

After “sports”, watching movies is my biggest distraction. I enjoy classic movies, especially Film Noir. I once had lofty ambitions of being a cinematographer. Storyboarding was as close as I came to that dream. Even now, I still count the number of cuts, edits and scenes in a typical movie. I know, I need a life, right? :^)