This infographic consists of one calendar year's worth of travel data at Match Action, including top cities traveled to, rental transportation and hotel nights.
This infographic consists of three pages of data* recorded throughout the Ford Go Further tour.
* Numbers have been altered for legal purposes.
A feature of the Ford Go Further Tour was a survey that participants took before and after a test drive. These graphics were created to display the results of these surveys in a clear and stimulating way.
Our Progressive International Motorcycle Show program visited twelve shows across the US. Once the tour wrapped up Match Action wanted to show the tour stats to the client in a creative way. We chose a double-sided fold-up infographic which would feature one of the custom painted motorcycle tanks from the tour when completely folded up.
*Numbers have been altered for legal purposes.
Ford tasked Match Action with creating an infographic comparing Ford's C-MAX Energi and C-MAX Hybrid with Toyota's Prius Plug-In Hybrid and Prius v respectively. The result makes it clear to potential buyers which purchase makes more sense. The infographic was used in various mediums including large format displays as well as sales materials nationwide.
The JLG LiftPod demo tour was a small project at Match Action yet this inforgraphic that I created during free time between projects sparked a change in policy that gave the creative department at Match Action an opportunity to present each project's recap data as a beautiful data visualization instead of a jumbled Microsoft excel file.
The 2013 BRP Ski-Doo Demo Tour brought BRP’s premier trail sleds to consumers throughout the United States and Canada. The program ended successfully with a large amount of images and data* which needed to be provided to the client. The creative minds at matchaction decided that the best way to give the client a unique experience of this tour, without taking them out on a sled, was to create an anaglyph 3D recap book. After some trial and error, I began to prep each photograph for viewing through a custom pair of red and blue lens Ski-Doo ski goggles. The end result was a staggering 62 pages of key learnings, data and 3D snowmobilers popping off the page.
*Numbers have been altered for legal purposes.
Japanese candy brand Hi-Chew launched its first mobile sampling tour during the summer of 2013 hitting 13 markets over a span of 16 weeks. Transportation consisted of a 19’ fully customized Airstream trailer, stopping at action sports events and local millennial hot spots to interact with consumers and share Hi-Chew.
Once the tour ended matchaction wanted to create a program recap book that would stand out and capture the nature of the tour. We decided on a pop-up book that told the story of the Hi-Chew tour with dynamic images popping off the page. In the end we created 6 hand-assembled pop-up books with a custom laser-etched wood cover.
2013 marks the third year of Lincoln’s partnership with TED, the world’s foremost community of “thought leaders.” This year Lincoln focused on the concept of reimagine and discovery as well as debuted The Lincoln Reimagine Project in efforts to create a multi-channel program and activated across TEDActive through pre-event and on-site event activities. Working collaboratively with The Reimagine Project honorees and TED, each of the artists’ projects were brought to life through an immersive, interactive experience within The House of Design.
Once the program was completed, a recap book was created to give Lincoln a physical keepsake demonstrating the program's success. The book features a brief summary of the event, the participating artists, key learnings and several professional photographs shot during the event.
Butter On Toast is a music and design blog of my own creation. At just over a year old the blog provides an outlet for music related content that I come across on a daily basis. Content includes music, music videos, album art, infographics, concert posters and anything else interesting that relates to music in some way.
This logo was created for a talented Denver-based photographer with a memorable last name. As an accomplished skateboarder and motorcycle enthusiast, Eric was interested in a strong and simple logo with hand-lettering. Something that would work on a leather jacket or a belt buckle.
At matchaction November is one of the most important months of the year. Nearly every man casts his razor to the side for thirty days in an effort to grow a thick triumphant mustache. In 2013, by adding "mosista" partnerships, we were able to substantially surpass our 2012 amount raising $5,850 for men's health programs.
Recap video highlighting Progressive's partnership with School of Rock during the Progressive International Motorcycle Show.
As the Ford Fiesta Movement drew nearer, Ford requested a short inspirational video to show the new batch of agents what to expect and get them excited about the upcoming program.
In an effort to cultivate the aspects of each match office that make it unique, a committee was formed to focus on company events and cultural activities. I was tasked with creating an entertaining Cultural Committee introduction video that introduces each member from the different Match offices.
AEG Live approached me to design a single poster for two Denver area shows by Band of horses. The band was touring on their latest album at the time (Mirage Rock) so I chose the album's single "Knock Knock" to base my design on. I decided on a rustic horse head door knocker, the design was approved by the band and the poster was sold at both shows.
Once the Harley Davidson Insurance Mobile Tour came to an end Match Action wanted to give the Harley team a fitting memento of the tour that also displayed a link to a recap website which featured the tour statistics. We landed on a tin sign. The kind you might find on an old country motorcycle shop. I designed the sign to capture the rough and tough Harley Davidson feel while giving a nod to the tour and ultimately driving viewers to the recap site (http://hdismobiletour.com/).
Old Dirty Bastard (there is no father to his style) and the RZA.
I created these portraits as a personal tribute to two fascinating characters of popular culture and hip-hop music. Additionally, this design became an early screen printing project for me.
"Since 2008, AIGA Colorado’s Bordo Bello has been breathing life into the Denver arts community and supporting mentorship programming. Through this skateboard art show, we have seen over 1000 artists show their work in celebration of the Colorado lifestyle – the connection of work, life & fun."
Since 2010 I have made an effort to take part in Denver's Bordo Bello. In 2010 I painstakingly created a mosaic skull design on my board. In 2012 I chose to save myself a considerable amount of time by creating a stencil.
The design was created for the band Rodrigo Y Gabriela. The two-headed snake symbolizes the two members of the band coiling around each other musically with their instraments. Additionally, snakes are often used in heavy metal music artwork, a genre which these two often claim as an inspiration.
Zach Heckendorf's manager approached me for a t-shirt design in time for a sold out hometown show at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado. The design is based on a lyric from Zach's song "17 Circles".
"I ache to be dangled in the web that you've have spun, even though I have only traveled 17 circles around the sun."
As a player in the graphic design biz, you must stay hungry out there.