Trickster Studios began as a personal portfolio project for me, nearly a decade ago, while I was attending Purdue University. Originally created in Macromedia Dreamweaver, the site has been overhauled several times and is now completely hand coded.
The name, Trickster Studios, is derived from one of my favorite subjects, mythology. In a majority of the mythological literature, my favorite characters have always been the tricksters because of their intelligence and cunning. You could always count on the trickster to be creative. It's these traits that I hope shine through in my work: creativity, intelligence, and cunning.
On this site, you will find my resume, a summarized portfolio of my work, contact information, and links to my other projects. Please take the time to look around. I hope you enjoy what you see.
I graduated from Purdue University in 2004, with a degree in photography and went on to take additional courses at Ivy Tech in the summer of 2006. At the tail end of 2006, I joined the Army reserves as a 25V, combat documentation and production specialist (Photography & Video). Since then, I’ve picked up an additional military occupational specialty (MOS) as a 25M, multimedia illustrator. At present, I’m still in the Army reserves and working towards my graduate degree at the Academy of Art University (AAU).
Recently, I've done a graphics overhaul for the Utah based rock club, Golden Spike Gem & Mineral Society. These changes are still pending upload. I originally created their website and graphics as a place holder for the club prior to their 2009 annual rock show. Since then, my wife and I have maintained the club's official forms, available on the website.