You now can purchase my artwork prints, as well as some fun keychains (hand made by my wife) on my GHDesign online shop. All purchases include free shipping and handling. And I also accept custom requests! If you’d like me to paint your favorite animal, a dinosaur for your child’s room, a landscape, or anything else, please contact me.
Catalina Brewing Company spends a lot of time at local beer festivals, marketing their hand-crafted “bike fuel.” I designed their tabletop banners, tear-drop banners, and their pop-up canopy tent.
Catalina Brewing Company wanted me to come up with a striking design for their keg labels, to help them stand out from the rest.
I adapted the Catalina Brewing Company brand to their new Growler Kit, which includes a Growler and two pint glasses.
The Arizona Trail Association approached me to update their aging website into a format that was both modern, easy-to-navigate, and maintained their membership database. A membership feature was utilized that keeps “Members Only” content restricted to AZTrail members, and the entire site is now maintained by the AZ Trail Association staff. As an avid mountain biker and lover of the Arizona Trail, I was especially passionate about this project.
I thank you for your patience while I got my new site back up and running. Transitioning a family of four from Tucson, AZ to Seattle, WA is huge undertaking. I invite you to peruse my new, streamlined portfolio. And if you’re interested in prints of any of my paintings, either contact me now, or come back soon. You’ll be able to buy prints directly from this website!
My father is a lover of good tequila, so I found a bottle and came up with a custom label just for him. The “Hunt Air Delivery” Pancho Villa Especial “Firewater” label was born.
I designed Catalina Brewing Company’s Crowler can based on their latest branding.
Modern Atomic Family is a pet-project for my wife and I. We purchased a mid-century home in Tucson and created this blog to document our trials and tribulations in both updating and maintaining the original home.
I’ve known Mark Flint for many years, being first introduced through the Sonoran Desert Mountain Biking club (now organization.) Mark was a founding member of SDMB, and is a very well-known trail designer and builder. He asked me to update his website, Southwest Trail Solutions, so he could maintain and keep his trail building records up-to-date. The site uses an existing WordPress theme with minor modifications to keep it within budget.