I’m not sure when I did this pencil doodle. But the more I look at it, the more I think it’s a good start to a tattoo piece.


Trade / Blame




I found some more typography doodles. These were done while sitting through a Sociology class, Senior year.







As you may have seen, I incorporate a lot of typography into my work. When I doodle, it isn’t always cutesy characters, often times it is bits and phrases that come to mind. Here are 2 examples.

By the way, you don’t realize how awkward the word awkward is until you actually write it out.


Wooden Teeth


Got some downtime at work? Grab a hunk of cardboard and a handful of colored pencils, and get to work.

Awesome Ariolas!


Here’s another work doodle . I gave it as a gift to a coworker. I did this one with ink and colored pencil.

This piece ended up being the inspiration for Sassy In Disguise.

Wausau Paper Swatchbook


We were presented with a swatchbook project, senior year of Ad and Graph at CCAD. The outline was to take an existing swatchbook created by a paper producer and redesign it into your own version. This is my outcome.

I designed the layout, printed the pieces, assembled them, and proceeded to replicate glossy additions using Mod Podge. Accompanying the piece, I created 4 postcards. These postcards served as design examples of how the paper line can be utilized.



It’s another English class doodle, straight outa 2010.

He reminded me of Niles from Frazier, so I named him such.

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