Seacrest Studios at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt opened in 2016. The studio was the 10th broadcast media center the Ryan Seacrest Foundation had opened inside a pediatric hospital. The studio enables patients to explore the creative realms of radio, television, and news media to aid in the healing process for children and families during a visit to or stay in the hospital.
For the grand opening, I created a poster commemorating the event. Two prints were framed. One print was presented to Mr. Seacrest, and the second print hangs inside the studio. I also created a coloring sheet, banners, and other materials to support the event.
Camp Hope – Vanderbilt Burn Center
Since 2014, I’ve served as the t-shirt illustrator for Camp Hope, which offers a free week of physical and emotional healing for children who have suffered burn injuries.
I’ve worked on several projects to support the partnership between the Nashville Predators and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, including buttons, promotional ticket giveaways, event materials, coloring sheets, program print ads, and motion graphics for stadium screens.
I’ve served as the illustrator for Champ, the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt’s mascot, since 2014. During that time, Champ has been used in a variety of projects, including activity sheets, coloring sheets, school folders, and various materials for promotional events, including the Nashville Predators and Seacrest Studios.
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt
2014 - Present
Online Safety Game
Players were told how many safety hazards there were in a room, then, using a touch screen or a mouse, players would try to select each hazard. They were notified when a press or click was correct or incorrect. When correct, an audio file would play to confirm the correct selection and explain why it was a safety hazard. Once all hazards were found, players were directed to the next room.
The rooms were created in a 3D application and rendered to look like illustrations.
Emdeon, now Change Healthcare, needed artwork created to wrap their booth for a HIMSS tradeshow. The design was modeled, textured, and rendered in a 3D application so that it could be presented to the leadership team prior to production. The model was created to scale, which allowed the designs to be easily exported from the 3D program as Adobe Illustrator files and sent to the printer without any additional preparation.
These images show the 3D model and the produced booth.
These images were created to serve as promotional pieces to demonstrate the various design styles that I offer outside of my typical services.
2015 - Present