Mark refinements and a custom, high contrast display typeface for Aburi Tora, designed with Glasfurd & Walker.
I developed a typographic Paper.js add-on, used as part of a campaign for Plymouth College of Art.
Building a type specimen site to highlight Dave Bailey’s Prospectus typeface, in large and small ways.
Drawing on physical and sci-fi influences, I designed a custom display typeface for the Space issue of SAD Mag.
Riley Cran’s Mort Modern type family, and the story of its namesake, is showcased on this interactive type specimen site.
I developed the black-and-white type specimen site for Shiva Nallaperumal’s typeface Faction.
A custom typeface I design with Glasfurd & Walker, for the Verdura salads identity.
For the cheese-themed issue of SAD Mag, I designed a sliced type family in a series of widths.
I designed a series of interactive type specimens for the Draplin Design Co. first typeface, released by Lost Type.
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 is a revival with size-specific considerations, based on Baskerville’s work in 1773, designed during Type@Paris.
I helped Charles&Thorn and Lost Type translate their initial static type specimens into a responsive, interactive type specimen site.
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.
Jeff Kellem, founder of the type foundry Slanted Hall, commissioned me to design and develop this interactive, promotional minisite for his monospaced typeface.
SAD Mag publishes compelling Stories of Art & Design in Vancouver. I worked on some type and lettering for the high school-themed issue.
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.
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.
More thoughts on work, writing, the web, or whatever, through the lens of typography—obviously.