Hi there, it’s nice to meet you.
I’m a Hawaii based freelance designer, specializing in print and website design. I work mainly with small to mid sized businesses to help them develop their identity, print collateral, and web presence.
Since 2000, I’ve had some amazing experiences working with some truly awesome companies. I landed my first job as Graphic Designer for the San Diego Aerospace Museum, where I was the go-to guy for everything from designing marketing campaigns to bathroom signs. I even got to work with a famous astronaut’s pants (it’s a funny story, ask me about it sometime…).
I joined the Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbor in 2002, where I had an amazing opportunity to work on a brand new museum from the ground up. As Art Director, I was responsible for branding, exhibit design, marketing & fundraising campaigns, and played a key role in developing an overall creative vision for the museum. This also involved many late nights, even sleeping in my office more times than I’d like to admit. Thankfully I had enough coffee to help me through it.
In 2007, I decided it was time for something different. I wanted to start working on more diverse projects that would expand my skills and experience. I began freelancing full-time, building a small but steady group of clients, many of whom I’ve gotten to know well personally and professionally. We even have a fishing trip planned for next summer.
Today, I continue to help start-ups and small businesses deal with their ever-growing design, marketing, and creative needs.
When I’m not working, I love taking photos, playing the guitar, enjoying the outdoors, watching baseball, and spending time with my beautiful wife and son. I’m also hopelessly addicted to anything with an Apple logo on it (a condition I refuse to seek help with).