Art Direction | Creative Visual & Graphic Design Portfolio
Paw Prints is the creative confluence of two of my life passions: Dogs & Art. You supply the pet’s pic; I’ll provide the creative concept and quote you a price for you to sign off on. I’ll then create custom digital art starring your beloved pet! Scroll through the gallery of Paw Prints to spark some ideas for what you would like in your print. You’ll also see my colorful and sentimental collection of “Love Unconditional” Prints. For more information, email email@example.com.
Commissioned PawPrints Art for SCruz_Bergie_VDay2021
PawPrintsLA_LoveUnconditional_FoxTerrier • AUG 2018
PawPrintsLA_LoveUnconditional_BorderCollie• AUG 2018
MyShadyPup.com No. 6 • DEC 2018
MyShadyPup.com No. 7 • DEC 2018
MyShadyPup.com No. 8 • DEC 2018
MyShadyPup.com Coaster No.1 • Nov 2018
MyShadyPup.com Coaster No. 3 • Nov 2018
MyShadyPup.com Coaster No. 2 • Nov 2018
MyShadyPup.com Coaster No. 4 • Nov 2018
MyShadyPup.com Coaster No. 5 • Nov 2018
Dreams become reality, well, Artistic Reality, when my God Daughter Darby had a dream of riding a “Unicorn Roxy in Space!” I named it “Darby’s Disco Dreamland.” 2 Versions: The Original and Bedazzled (and Framed version for the BIRTHDAY GIRL—she turned 5, y’all!) And I curated a CD of Modern Hits heavily influenced by the disco era. I designed full CD packaging using the art from the original piece. Its a really fun mix. I listen to it all the time.
Original “Darby’s Disco Dreamland”
Darby’s Disco Dreamland Deluxe CD Design Art: Outside Front/Back, Inside inserts; CD Label
Final “Darby’s Disco Dreamland”
==== ARCHIVED Video of Pups, Christmas, and “When Mary Met Joseph,” Which speaks to my creativity and passion in production and video editing, etc.
Next, are my incredible, maternal grandparents from a college video interview they did for me. In 2014, I came across the raw footage on VHS, and with a nod to “When Harry Met Sally,” edited the interview together for the whole family to enjoy:
For Christmas 2014, my sister-in-law sent a box full of numbered presents. Each gift was to be opened on its corresponding day, counting down the 12 days of Christmas. Day 1 was a photo of our niece at age 8, along with a CD recording of her singing “Santa Baby” from that same year. I added old Super 8 footage from my childhood and edited this together: