Designer interested in maximal forms, vector graphics, indexical systems, brand logic/integrity, and the architecture/navigation of virtual space—substrate or screen.



The New York Times
Consulting/exploration/art direction, The Upshot
—contact for case study.

The New Yorker
Spearheaded a redesign of the magazine, including typographic and structural overhauls—contact for case study.

Work for IBM, FiveThirtyEight, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Matter, Vaclav Smil, and others.

Design/consulting/data visualization/illustration for: The Obvious Corporation, Medium, Fortune, Kickstarter, MIT Tech Review, Wired, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Joshua Grant Welker, Worldvision, ...

The Loop

Poster for documentary film by Logan Dennison

Wired cover exploration (unused)

Financial self-help book—cover depicts color-coded stages outlined towards millionaire-status.

Logotype drawn by Mark Davis

“What the Dollar’s Rise Tells Us About the Global Economy”

"An amateur linguist loses control of the language he invented"

"Stuff Matters: Exploring the Marvelous Materials That Shape Our Man-Made World"

"The Patient Will See You Now: The Future of Medicine Is in Your Hands"

"Two Americas on Health Care, and Danger of Further Division"

"Betting on a Brand When Politics Is the Family Business"

Art direction/image manipulation for Reach Records

Logo for 2013 Fortune 500

Logos for Fortune Classics digital archive series

Icons for Condé Nast's digital magazine apps

Logo for outdoor personal training company

Logo for film production company, animated here

Icons for Wired feature package on American jobs

Cover logo (chiseling only)

Logo for AARP

Logo concept for The Obvious Corporation (unused)