The E-Commerce team at Burton was looking to promote the many different colorways of the Brighton Flannel available on the newly launched site. With homepage banners, email and external display banners all requested the imagery had to be flexible enough to work in all types of sizes/crops. We mixed & matched the colorways with a unique fold for the tough external sizes and rolled with a simple color laydown and stack for the homepage banners. I think both directions do a solid job of showcasing the product and all of the different colorways. Thanks to Brenna Paulsen for the styling and Jesse Dawson for shooting.
I had a blast working on this pattern for a Back to School campaign for Burton.com promoting our bags & apparel. The pattern includes some school related illustrations, a little homage to the Burton 13 tossed in that periodic table element graphic, an illustration of the Burton Prospect pack, and a bit of that Burton attitude throwing up the horns. These assets included a homepage feature banner, email and a set of external display banners.
Occasionally we get to submit graphics to our apparel crew here at Burton and occasionally one of those graphics finds it way into the line. I'm stoked to have a tee graphic in this seasons apparel line. If your into it you can pick it up on Burton.com here...
A fun little illustration project I worked on for a 4th of July promo Burton ran featuring some of our BYO bags. Took inspiration from some old fireworks packaging – this was a blast to work on and I am stoked on how it turned out.
Late last Summer and into this past Fall I spent some time after hours painting this Gondola (From Whistler) that now sits in front of the Burton Snowboards HQ in Burlington, VT. Sometimes I just don't get away from the computer enough so it felt good to get some paint markers and get my hands dirty. Most of the type and illustrations on the sides came from my sketchbook during a flight to Mt. Hood over the summer. As for the BURTON on the front and back, well you just can't go wrong with some Icy Caps. Being that yesterday may very well be the last snowfall we see here in Burlington I snuck outside and got some shots of the gondola in its natural element.
This is fun little project I got to work on promoting some of Burton Park boards around Halloween time – I call him the Grim Ripper.
Shortly after we wrapped up the youth photoshoot in Oregon I was sent across the globe to New Zealand to assistant art direct the W17 dealer shoot. We had a large crew and a ton of shots to get each day but made it happen and the 2017 Dealer Book looks amazing. Below are a handful of photos I shot traveling around the South Island in between locations and resorts. Be on the lookout for the images from the shoot next fall.
Did this type lockup for a possible tee shirt graphic based off of one of my favorite album covers of all time. Damn I wish I got to listen to harvest moon while rocking this baby!
While working on the Bag Check redesign for the current Spring/Summer site I was reminded of these Things Organized Neatly images we shot a few years ago. Dan Munzing led the shoot over at RL Photo and I assisted with organizing the shots and helping to keep things looking dialed. We had some amazing props to work with and it was a really fun shoot that was very successful. Below are a few of my favorites.
Back in March I was fortunate enough to get the opportunity to Art Direct a retail shoot out in Crested Butte, Colorado. We had a huge crew including David Pfluger - Art Director, Gabe L'heureux - Photographer and Jesse Lynn Dawson - Photographer. Not only was this my first time in Colorado, it was also my first time Art Directing a photoshoot of this size and scale. The shoot went amazing and could not have happened without everyone who was involved. Below are some shots I snagged in during the shoot and scouting. Once the photos are released I am sure they will make their way into the portfolio section.