This is some imagery I made during my time at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design. Above: an age old moral tells us that we need to be on our wits when people flatter us. These images capture this in a contemporary way. Below: supporting images for an article on the misconceptions about violence in modern day television.

Below: An exploration of how words can enhance images and vice versa.

Below: An exploration of how to design and print an “unfolding narrative”. It depicts an average day in the lives of two people who are remarkably alike and even live on the same block, but somehow still fail to meet..