I started off this image as a much more simplified version with very little texture and detail. Originally, it was going to be used for diagrammatic purposes with some text overlays. However, over time, it evolved into an image with more detail and texture, partly...
I was able to squeeze in another winter special illustration before the holidays roll around. For this year, I took things really dark and played up the red tones of the Porter Square Station design. The bus stop view is something that I have been planning in my head...
I have been developing several illustrations for the Porter Sq project the past couple of months and have finally finished one of the section diagrams. I decided to go a little old school with this one and keeping things monotone. With this style of illustration I am...
I recently stumbled across an article about an architecture photographer named Sajin Sasidharan and his black and white photos of Dubai. The images are extremely dramatic and he is very strategic about how he uses light to create clear focal points and manage visual...
Architizer has just announced The One Rendering Challenge that asks participants to create one rendering that powerfully communicates an architectural form or space and the experience of those that would inhabit it. I will join an amazing group of jurors who include...
The 45th Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition (KRob) has long been one of my favorite architecture visualization competitions. I'm always blown away by the uniqueness and quality of work and how each year seems to draw out more imaginative and compelling...
Composing an Image
PSD Layer Management
Tips for a Perfect Sky
Sold out Crowd
Interior (Pool Rendering)
Site Plan Site Plan 2
Cutting out objects
Portfolio Vol. 4
My latest portfolio released in 2016, Portfolio Volume 4 discusses new layout and illustrations/diagrammatic styles. Over 35 posts break down each illustration and explores ideas of composing and refining portfolio presentation techniques.
Portfolio Vol. 3
Released in 2014, Portfolio Vol. 3 builds off of Portfolio Vol. 2 by introducing a new workflow that includes Indesign to better manage page and text organization. New image styles such as x-ray illustrations and exploded axons are introduced.
Portfolio Vol. 2
Developed in 2007, this was my second portfolio created after grad school. The layouts are relaxed with the text playing an important role on many of the pages. Except for the thesis spreads, each project uses no more than 2 spreads to describe the project requiring a denser use of text and images in the layout