Graphics


Graphics and art created using the following programs and skills:


Adobe Illustrator

Vector based graphics program. Typesetting, logos, and advertisements.
Illustrator Vector Graphics
Learn more about Adobe Illustrator here.


Adobe Photoshop

Raster based graphics program. photo editing, image retouching, advertisements, image manipulation, and web graphics.
Photoshop design for Catalog Cover 2013
Learn more about Adobe Photoshop here.


Adobe InDesign

Software used to create works such as catalogs, posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers and books.
Catalog Cover - InDesign, typography, layout
Learn more about Adobe InDesign here.


After Effects / Premier / Videos

Motion graphics, video editing and compression.
Adobe After Effects 3D layers and tree walk through, motion graphics.
Learn more about Adobe After Effects here.
Learn more about Adobe Premier here.


Photography

Images taken using a Canon EOS T3i or EOS 600D, DSLR camera with 18.0 megapixels.
Long Island City, Queens view of Manhattan, Photography
Learn more about the camera here.


Three Dimensional – 3D

Three-dimensional representations of geometric data stored in a computer for performing calculations and rendering 2D images in programs such as AutoDesk 3Ds Max Design and Adobe Photoshop.
Three Dimensional - 3D, Photoshop and Autodesk 3Ds Max Design
Learn more about 3D computer graphics


Illustrations

Drawn by hand with creativity, markers, and paint.Movement, 2007, illustration drawn by hand using markers.

Learn more about Illustrations here.


The above links show works of Graphic Design and works of art produced using Computer Aided Design (CAD) to assist clients and employers with translating their business goals and ideas into a visually appealing and creative format that engages their targeted market.

“Design is the fundamental soul of a human-made creation that ends up expressing itself in successive outer layers of the product or service.” – Steve Jobs

Graphic design allows the opportunity for the business world to inform potential customers of their products and/or services quickly and coherently in a simple visually stimulating format that leaves the viewer with a long lasting impression.

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo Da Vinci