GRAPHIC
Chattanooga Crossing
Chattanooga Crossing

Chattanooga Crossing is a 360 degree panorama shot at the intersection of 2nd and Cherry Street in Chattanooga, TN. The panorama was stitched together in photoshop with 17 images that were taken with a Fujifilm s200 and a tripod. This crossing is a few blocks from the Hunter Museum of American Art. The set of colorful condos behind the main street lamp, the blue light that marks the roof of the Chattanooga Aquarium visible in the

Comprehensive Community Services
Comprehensive Community Services

CCS is a non-profit Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation facility in Kingsport, TN. I started working at CCS in August 2010. Since then I've worked on many projects such as branding advisor & designer to their logo, business cards, brochure, website, local advertisements, and had many moments to showcase their facility with high-end photography. Brochure Click thumbnail to view an interactive brochure Flyers & Ads Click

Digital Media Exhibition 2010
Digital Media Exhibition 2010

Cobalt Cox and I, Stu Sigrest, designed the print advertisements for The Digital Media Program's Senior Portfolio Exhibition in 2010, our graduating year. It was a very successful event that had been expanded from previous years. We brought in local businesses, ad agencies, & design studios and showcased our work with large monitors on black covered tables in the halls of our digital center across two floors. In two rooms, those of us

Vintage Church Easter Poster
Vintage Church Easter Poster

Vintage Church was a upstarting church in La that contacted me through a colleague that had recently moved there. The project entailed a poster to pull people to their large Easter event, which would be the 1st introduction and showcasing of their unique church and approach to worship, plus a 3-fold brochure with interactive tear-outs for them to use year round. It was an interesting process getting to know their church leader and

TETRIS
TETRIS

The image is meant to dictate the story of a man who is so consumed with playing Tetris that he is oblivious to the fact that he is changing the world around himself with his gameplay. It is meant to be a metaphor relating to video game addiction, though games can add entertainment to our lives and can sometimes be riddled with good design and story, we often lose more than we gain, especially with hours spent on a single title. This is a

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