Former Clients
Bruce Irons Camp Fund
Continental Tires & 20th Century Fox, with Big Noise
Experience Music Project
JFS Charlotte, with A3 Design
Nebraska AIDS Project
Quarto Publishing Group
The Republik
Rogers & Gala Creative Partners, Inc.
Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
University of Washington–Seattle
V. Mertz in the Old Market

HOW Design Live: How AI Will Impact Tomorrow’s Design Field

RGD Ontario: Speaking the In-House Language

HOW design tutorial: Agile Methodologies
RGD Ontario: Accelerating Your Side Projects

RGD Ontario: Design Thinkers - Toronto
RGD Ontario: Writing for Designers
AIGA Charlotte: Writing for Designers

AIGA Nebraska: Type Nerd, and Proud of It
Columbia College Chicago: Writing for Designers
AIGA Upstate NY: Writing for Designers

New Contexts / New Practices: AIGA Design Educators Conference
AIGA Charlotte: To Specialize or Not Specialize
AIGA Charlotte: 20Ă—20

AIGA Charlotte: How Designers Fail - roundtable moderator
AIGA Birmingham: How Designers Fail

Massaging Media 2: AIGA Design Educators Conference
AIGA San Diego: Y-Conference, A Time for Change

AIGA Charlotte: Moderator: Design Unplugged

Rowe Art Gallery: Culture Jamming

Seattle Art Museum: What Is Visual Communication

Tsinghua University, China: Exhibition + Presentation

Suggested Reading
Bambi vs. Godzilla by David Mamet, musings on film
Story by Robert McKee
On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction
News Is a Verb by Pete Hamill
Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
Mmm…Skyscraper I Love You
tellmewhy: The First 24 Months of a New York Design Company
Design Writing Research
There’s Nothing Funny About Design
To Hell With Culture (Routledge Classics)
The Substance of Style
The Education of a Graphic Designer
Talent Is Not Enough: Business Secrets for Designers
AIGA Professional Practices in Graphic Design
Looking Closer 5
Graphic Agitation
Type & Image
Designing Type
Thinking with Type
Typography: Macro- and Microaesthetics
How to Be a Graphic Designer without Losing Your Soul