Most of my recent work can be found in the portfolio section of my Upwork profile.
Here are a couple of social media pieces I’ve created for the Unitarian Church of Los Alamos to use in conjunction with a new themed ministry program. September 2017’s theme is “Seeking… Beauty.” We could all use a little more of that, don’t you think?
This is a project I did through oDesk (now Upwork), with a client from South Africa. The client wanted to set a story she told at a friend’s wedding into a scroll to give to the couple on their first anniversary.
The wedding took place on the banks of the Zambezi river in South Africa, so I edited a stock photo of a sunset in the same place to look like a watercolor, and added line drawings to emphasis certain parts of the story. Line drawings were all adapted from clip art, and the illustration of the Little Buffalo was traced from a clip art sketch, and then simplified.
The piece was printed full-bleed on A3 paper. Click on the image for a larger view (2.6 MB).
Long form design is something I really enjoy. These books are all in the 40-50 page range, and each covered a full month of concerts in the 2007-2008 season at the University of Chicago Presents.
The covers were designed by Lisa Lim, then sent to me with all of the content. I then developed a full template to tie all four books together. Advertisements were inserted as appropriate. The covers and opening pages are in full color, and the rest of the book in black and white. The finished books were printed on coated magazine paper with heavier covers.
Click on the title page images below for a look at each full PDF. I claim no copyright on any of the content.
A piece for the UU Media Works Facebook project. My photo. Free for sharing, non-profit use only!
A piece made for the UU Media Works Facebook project. Photo by Geraint Rowland, released under Creative Commons for use with attribution. (flic.kr/p/asVpRv) Free for sharing, non-profit use only!
October 2013, for the Los Alamos Light Opera Production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood, which I also directed. Click any image for a larger view (except logos).
Program (11×14 folded) – title page shown. Click here for the PDF of the whole book (2.9 Mb)!