Portfolio

SAD Mono • 2018

Drawing on physical and sci-fi influences, I designed a custom display typeface for the Space issue of SAD Mag.

Mort Modern type specimen site • 2018

Riley Cran’s Mort Modern type family, and the story of its namesake, is showcased on this interactive type specimen site.

Faction type specimen site • 2017

I developed the black-and-white type specimen site for Shiva Nallaperumal’s typeface Faction.

Verdura typeface • 2017

A custom typeface I design with Glasfurd & Walker, for the Verdura salads identity.

SAD Slices • 2017

For the cheese-themed issue of SAD Mag, I designed a sliced type family in a series of widths.

DDC Hardware type specimen site • 2017

I designed a series of interactive type specimens for the Draplin Design Co. first typeface, released by Lost Type.

SAD Secrets • 2016

SAD Mag publishes compelling Stories of Art & Design in Vancouver. I designed a custom emoji set, secret code, and decoder for the secret-themed issue.

Johannise typeface • 2016

Johannise is a revival with size-specific considerations, based on Baskerville’s work in 1773, designed during Type@Paris.

Surge.sh • 2016

I helped launch and was the designer for Surge.sh, a front-end publishing platform currently hosting over 100,000 static sites and web apps.

1403 Vintage Mono Pro type specimen site • 2016

Jeff Kellem, founder of the type foundry Slanted Hall, commissioned me to design and develop this interactive, promotional minisite for his monospaced typeface.

Lettering for SAD Mag • 2015

SAD Mag publishes compelling Stories of Art & Design in Vancouver. I worked on some type and lettering for the high school-themed issue.

Rougemont • 2015

Roguemont is a type family inspired by guilded lettering on the Rougemont Heritage House in the West End of Vancouver, BC. It has seven styles and a consistent width for glyphs across weights.

Type Brigade • 2014–present

I organise Vancouver’s type design and typography meetup. Every other month, we host two talks, design a custom numeral, and bring together the city’s typomaniacs.