Category Archives: Site

My Store Is Open!

Finally got the Dark Collar webstore live. I have a ton of posters and prints that I’ve been working on this year stocked up and ready to sell. Spread the word, and go to the store!! The first batch of … Continue reading 

Updates To The Site

So we added a few little upgrades to the site, many have been going live during this past week. I want to thank the talented Ben Albaugh for developing out all of these new features, Ben is a web ninja, … Continue reading 


Huge thanks to HOW Magazine for including me in their Top 10 Websites For Designers for the month of August. What a great way to start a month!

Typography Samples

A while back, I was using Cargo Collective as my main portfolio site, until I launched this website. I figured, at this point, having the two was quite redundant. I had the idea of taking different logotypes that I had … Continue reading 

WMC 2011

The second annual WMC Fest is going on right now. I spent the day in the gallery, with some of my work hanging behind me. It’ll still be going on tomorrow, but I had to head back home for some … Continue reading 

Just Launch Already

Ok folks. Here is the site. It’s been a LONG time coming. I created a psd for this bad boy back in February of 2008. Yup. Over three years ago. I’ve always had this idea of what a designer’s site … Continue reading 

To Do List

This site is not officially ready. Before I do the proper launch of this site. I still have a few loose ends to tie up. These include: – Work on the slow page loads in the Work Area. – Mock … Continue reading 

Plugging Away

Wow. What a job. Loading this website up with content is proving to be quite a task. Thanks to my man, Luke, actually uploading all of this stuff is instant. The tedious part, however, is hunkering down inside Photoshop, File … Continue reading 

Welcome To The New Site.

So this is the new site. It’s been a long time coming. I created the psds for this site in June of 2008. Since then, it’s been finalizing and simplifying everything about the site. I wanted the final product to … Continue reading