Approved digital single cover for Debonaire Affaire’s “You’re Not Like Me”.
This piece was a personal project that I created back in 2015, experimenting with double exposure, specifically a photo of a child and some smoke. The band saw the design online, and reached out wanting to purchase this for their single as it fit what they were looking for.
Approved CD artwork for Carrier’s 2014 release titled “Lowlife”. This was printed with a 6 panel digipak.
The band wanted to create a surreal image of a man that was a bit more ambiguous. The overall darkness and texture was to mirror the vibe created by their music, which gives off a more muddy and aggressive tone.
Nightwatch is a personal art series started back in July of 2017. I wanted to create pieces completely from scratch that focused on abstractness with geometry.
Approved CD artwork for Arielle’s late 2017 release titled “Mind Lion”. This was for a 4 panel digipak and digital release.
Arielle had reached out wanting to create artwork for her new record and wanted something to capture a more 70’s hippie / gypsy vibe. A photo of her was used on the front cover and treated to fit in with that vintage feeling.
Approved CD artwork for William Ryan Key’s 2018 release titled “Thirteen”. This was for a 4 panel digipak and vinyl release.
After going through a few initial concepts, we settled on a simplistic cover with a more abstract and atmospheric vibe to represent the music itself rather than any lyrical concepts.
Approved digital cover for Secondborn’s record titled “Symbols”.
The band wanted a minimal cover with an abstract symbol to represent the style of music rather than any lyrical concepts. This was the record cover, but a few variants were used for deluxe editions.
Approved digital cover for To Live As Wolves’ 2014 release titled “The Changing Tide”
The band wanted a simple cover that represented the ocean / water as well as incorporated their symbol in a dynamic way.
Unused CD cover for William Ryan Key’s “Thirteen” release. The idea behind this cover was more about a concept dealing with family. The house was symbolic of this, but ultimately we went with a more abstract direction for the cover.