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Jasper Johns has never stopped reimagining, reconfiguring, and redefining his work.


Not too bad for a guy, now 89, who once famously said, “I assumed that everything would lead to complete failure, but I decided that didn't matter—that would be my life.”

Today, he’s considered one of the most relevant, influential living American artists. 




The story of Kaufmann’s Department Store is the story of America. 


And that’s exactly the spirit Carnegie ScienceCenter hopes to bring back to life as the store takes up permanent residence within the Center’s Miniature Railroad & Village®



As it turns out, the signs, symbols, and imagery of Andy Warhol's Byzantine Catholic faith were hiding in plain sight all along. But with all things Warhol, it's complicated.


For Monet and many of his contemporaries, the smoke that accompanied society’s ever-increasing reliance on manufacturing set the scene for a more contemporary kind of beauty—the urban landscape.


The elements of celebrity and adulation, beauty and tragedy can be seen in Andy Warhol’s choice of subjects during the early ’60s. 

The Innovation Equation

A Collaboration Between UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh

As an independent consultant, I was called on to work with the University of Pittsburgh (the University Center for International Studies) and UPMC to develop the concept and brand identity for their symposium in Dublin, Ireland. 

Together, the in-house designer and I created all the collateral material -- including the invitation, registration microsite, video, program and signage.


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Skinny Tie Media

Workin with Pittsburgh-based production company Skinny Tie, I developed the script for this new IDL Print video. The goal was to define and affirm IDL's brand identity.

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The CLP's newsletter highlights the heroes among us -- the ordinary people who make an extraordinary difference in our communities.

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