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Taste of Minneapolis - Photo illustration for a story about an event offering a "taste of Minneapolis."

Downtown Journal // June 2009
Guitoar - Used this photo illustration on the contents page to tease the feature of the Okee Dokee Brothers, a children's music duo that took a trip down the Mississippi.

Responsibilities: Concept, Photoshop work

Minnesota Parent // October 2011
Building a foundation - Photo illustration for a story about the Timberwolves finally getting a good start on rebuilding the team. So I came up with this construction theme. Timberwolves players photos by the talented Robb Long.

Downtown Journal // February 2011
Green dictionary - Photo illustration for the "Green Dictionary" from a "Green City" series.

Southwest Journal // October 2008
Grinding it out - Photo illustration for the review of the movie Grindhouse. Used movie handout art combined with stock photo of meat grinder to create illustration.

// Belleville News-Democrat //
Deep, dark and thrilling - Photo illustration for the review of the movie Children of Men to go with the review's take on the movie: Deep, dark and thrilling. Created with handout art from movie as well as stock photos of London.

// Belleville News-Democrat //
Orchestral Chaplin - Photo illustration for a story about the Minnesota Orchestra performing "City Lights."

Downtown Journal // January 2008
Of heroism - Photo illustration for the review of the movie Flags of Our Fathers. Used movie handout art and stock textures.

// Belleville News-Democrat //
Somehow sweet - Photo illustration for a review of the movie Black Snake Moan. Used a handout image and stock images of chain and guitar to blend together the ideas of the character being chained to a radiator and the importance of music to the film.

// Belleville News Democrat //
Bird song - Photo illustration for a review of an Andrew Bird album.

// Downtown Journal //
Republican convention - Photo illustration for coverage of the 2008 Republican National Convention. I did a version for both the Downtown and Southwest Journals, with the elephants on iconic streets in each area.

Southwest Journal // July 2008
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