Since 2008 I’ve been designing typefaces that I’m proud to share, either open source or for sale. You can also find them on MyFonts, Fontspring, Creative Market, and YouWorkForThem.
Saving horizontal space, one weight at a time.
Seven weights, upright and italic.
Eight weights, upright and italics, a workhorse sans!
Quick and messy, regular and bold.
Eight weights, open source, monospace.
Hard & Round Extended Sans. Super crisp, super wide.
Taurus Mono Stencil
Cuttable/printable, won’t leave you hanging.
I’ve made a living as a graphic designer for the past 13 years, creating unique logos, brand guides, user interfaces (including front-end development), and product packaging.
The simplest, smoothest, text on photo iphone app (of its time).
In April of 2015 I traded my gym membership for a makerspace membership.
A free theme that I had fun designing and developing (and briefly used it for a while, to make sure it was okay).
Over four years of my career were spent at this Ithaca-based creative design agency.
I had no idea raw, vegan, gluten free goodies could taste so good. Crazy in the brain good.
Several print design projects, with lots of great space imagery and mind-blowing content.
The most fun and stress I've had working on anything, ever. And we're sold out!
Music is something I've made longer than anything else. From noodling in middle school, through composing a song for an Emmy award-winning film.
The finale of a beautiful short fiction film with a whole lot of great Maine footage.
We released our one and only CD in 2007. But I recommend the remixed and remastered MP3s.
A conceptual experiment in music generation from classic text. Yeah, it's kind of weird.
The Return Voyage of Christopher Mackenzie
An instrumental soundtrack for a film that doesn't exist...yet!
I originally started this album by making music to mellow out my kid. It evolved from there.
The Last Colony
The opening theme for a timely documentary on Puerto Rico's relationship with the US.
Music made to be talked over. A soundtrack for a series of short interviews.
I try to not leave home without a camera. Something more substantial than my phone, at least. I enjoy taking portaits, and documenting my time outside.
The majority of these photos from January 2015 were taken on the island of Vieques, and in El Yunque National Forest.
March For The Animals
My local SPCA asked if I could document a new event they were excited about.
A trip through a mostly evacuated and bulldozed Pennsylvania town.
The Great White Hike
It was cold and was windy. We probably shouldn't have gone to the top of the mountain.
A bare look at people I know.
My Father Is Bald
An incredibly talented young girl needed a video of a live performance, and some stills. She and her dad (pictured) played beautifully.
Given the option, I'd rather point my camera at a person than anything else. I'm lucky to live with a few moving subjects.