The film poster “One Hundred Cupboards” was a fictional piece created for a private gallery. Designers from various fields submitted creative works which were on display in Riverside, California. This particular piece was inspired by the book series of the same name (the “One Hundred Cupboards” Trilogy) written by N. D. Wilson.
Over thirty images were used to create this photo composite.
“The Guardian” is a blend of photo compositing and digital illustration. Created as a gift, this image seeks to capture a sense of magic and fantasy in a unique way.
As a sci-fi series with a sense of humor, the goal when creating the cover artwork for the “Sir William and Mac” series was to capture the essence of the books while also being visually engaging. The final results utilized photo compositing, combining bright colors and small story elements together in a cohesive way.
“Observe and Report” is an audio drama currently in production. The artwork for the cover and banner utilizes the double exposure style, combining a sense of mystery and sc-fi with photo imagery.
An ongoing series in the sci-fi/crime genre, the “Charlie Spade Series” required a set of covers that visually went together while still being individually distinct. The final product was this set of four covers done in double exposure style; these were also used for the audio versions of the books.
All the posters here were created for Summerhill Entertainment, a U.S. film distributor and worldwide sales company.
The artwork for the screenplay “Lineage” was a major photo composite project, utilizing over thirty photos as well as digital painting. Created at one-sheet size, the poster was also used on postcards to promote the screenplay.
The “Outlanders” campaign was a personal project and part of the initial jump into movie poster design. The one-sheet poster was comprised of mostly self-shot photos; the finished piece uses over seventeen images. The accompanying character panels are designed to either stand together or individually.
Makeup Artist - Courtney Baze
Models - Maggie Langworthy, Joe Murphy, Bryce Franzen, Courtney Baze, Nathanael Flores
"The Devil's Deadline" and "Zombie Apocalypse Now" were two projects that explored the various ways a single title could be taken. Thus the posters created in each set were unified by name but diversified in execution, resulting in a collection of varied pieces.
“The Old Man and the Pond” is a full-length drama film currently in post-production. This poster was created as a one-sheet for the future release and advertising of the film. As a photo composite using multiple images, this poster blends film stills with digital painting techniques.
Cover art for the single “Lonely” by Aisya. The goal with this was to capture the essence of the title and also incorporate a bright, almost neon aspect.
These campaign pieces were created as advertising for the mystery/suspense film “Whirlpool”. The campaign included a one-sheet poster, as well as banners and Instagram ad.
“The Queen's New Clothes” is a documentary film following Winn Morton and a debutante pageant in rural Texas. The poster art below was created for its film festival submission.
A selection of photo composite pieces created as stand-alone artistic images.
This project began with creating the cover for both the ebook and paperback versions for “Failed State”, a military fiction novel. Eventually it also included the illustrating of several maps for the interior of the book. The cover design involved the compositing of a multitude of photo assets, while the sketches sought to have a similar vibe using a rough holographic-pencil style.
A collection of artistic double exposure compositions combining two amazing things - kittens and space.
Not all photo compositing is for covers and posters; these two images use it to portray two polar opposites - fire and water. An experiment in photo compositing and blending techniques.