Graphic designer, maker, friend.
Probably wearing a black shirt and khaki shorts.


I am a graphic designer and maker from Tallahassee, Fla. who has a passion for design and people. As a designer at Marketing for Change, a researched-based behavior change creative firm, I work with clients including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the CDC, The National Volunteer Fire Council and more — creating anything from in-depth brand identities to marketing campaigns, and everything in between. When the day job ends the making doesn’t stop. I keep busy with freelance work, custom flag painting and other projects like the Never Forgotten Coast campaign, which has raised more than $25,000 to help small businesses in the panhandle and rebuild infrastructure in the area. I have a passion for collaboration and seeing community come together and to help lead these efforts I serve as VP of AIGA, the professional organization for design, am a member of the American Advertising Federation as well as being involved with Leadership Tallahassee and Knight Creative Communities Institute (KCCI). In my down-time, I enjoy spending time in my Tallahassee home with my wife and fur babies. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from the Art Institute.

Things I dig:
My wife, church, my pets, travel, friends, music, tattoos, fishing, community, type huntin’/junkin, buffalo chicken, black t-shirts, working with my hands, DIY, bike riding.

Awards n’ such:
Angel Award Best of Show, 20+ Addys, published in Logo Lounge, City of Nashville Brand Champion Award, Middle School Talent Show Winner 04’ (for melting faces with a 80’s rock medley.)