As a wedding gift, I created the invitations and RSVP cards for a couple of my closest friends.

All of the elements were hand drawn then scanned and minor edits made digitally.

They requested to keep the invitations simple and straightforward, or as the happy groom so eloquently put it: "none of that fancy bullshit."


A series of illustrations for Degree Men depicting the USMNT's recent return to becoming a competitive team within the world ranks once more.

The project was coordinated by Weber Shandwick, a Madison Avenue advertising agency.


Various illustrations featured on Grantland.com, a subsidiary of ESPN.
Various Illustration based projects.

The Kendrick Lamar piece was for a design contest by Creative Allies and ended up as a finalist and being featured in “Own The Stage: The good kid m.A.A.d. city Art Show,” presented by Footaction and Last.FM, which took place in Brooklyn on May 2, 2013.

"1972-73 World Champions" was featured in 5 on 5, a basketball themed gallery show in New York which took place in New York City in October 2014.

A collection of illustrations featuring the cast of "Arrested Development."

An illustration of some of the Cleveland Indians All Time Greats.
Artwork created for ESPN social media, each piece is viewed by nearly 15 million users.
Illustrations and cover design for various Grantland Quarterlies published by McSweeney's.
Art and advertisements created for 87.7 Cleveland's Sound.

These works were always created in a high pressure, deadline driven environment often working on multiple projects at once with quick turn around times.
doublescribble.com has served as an opportunity to grow and explore new creative ideas as a designer, illustrator and artist while also providing new experiences in marketing, building and maintaining an audience and active community through social medias and entrepreneurial territory.

Since we began in April 2011, we have posted new basketball work each and every day. Including work not only from ourselves but a number of of regularly contributing artists as well. In October 2012 we held our very first gallery show, featuring work from more than 2 dozen artists from all over the world with partial proceeds donated to a local charity with donations from Homage Clothing, Great Lakes Brewing Company and the Cleveland Cavaliers. We're currently preparing for our second show in Boston at the end of April.

These are some of my favorites pieces I've done.
"Battle For the Best Song of the Millennium" was a completely arbitrary tournament constructed by the Grantland staff, featuring 64 of what they deemed to be the most important songs with no sort of guidelines, rules or regulations.

I was tasked with creating individual art for each one of the songs, boiling each one down to it's most indentifiable elements; whether it be a memorable scene from the a music video, or a representation of the artist itself.

With just over a week to complete the project, the artistic style that resulted was simple and clean in order to efficiently meet the deadline, but was well received by many and requested to be implemented again in future assignments.

The entire project can be viewed here, with links to the other pages here.