Since the early 2000s, I have either designed or supervised the creation of every visual element in the company. I designed multiple iterations of the company logo, every presentation visual and all digital and printed material.
When I started with the company, we were based in Caracas, Venezuela. The Venezuelan companies were English Resource Center, a professional language training company and ERC Communications, a communication and management training company. ERC Consultants grew out of the strength of our international business.
GreaterNY is a wonderful organization that connects nonprofit leaders with corporate leaders to pursue solutions to important issues. Art Director Kat Croft was exceptionally clear and supportive as we moved through this project.
Here's a set of slides from a presentation to strengthen a client's sales training results.
I animated a six-minute projection for Hydrogen Jukebox at Chautauqua Opera in 2017.
I am one of several reportage illustrators who coalesce under the hashtag, #ArtistsforDemocracy on Instagram.
Here is a sample of a set of visuals I prepared for a Vice President at a major Medical Device corporation.
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I executive produced my wife, Cara Consilvio's film directing debut, C.I.T.
I also storyboarded, designed the poster, titles and graphics.
My art projects at Mystic Seaport with Dalvero Academy allowed
My wife, Cara, is an extraordinary opera and film director. I developed a clean, clear design that showcases her work.
"Restoring a Past, Charting a Future" – An Artistic Discovery of America's Whaling Future by Dalvero Academy opened in Mystic Seaport on April 28, 2012. Over 200 pieces (prints, sculptures, textiles and stained glass), five videos and several books (physical and digital) – People who love whales, ships, navigation, animation and reportage art find inspiration in this show.
24 artists (and 4 guest artists) connected strongly to the mission of restoring the Charles W. Morgan the last wooden whale ship in the world. Every artist found in the restoration of the Morgan a prism into their own histories and work. Work on the ship blends traditional and cutting-edge technologies – the art that it inspired, runs a similar gamut from figuration to abstraction, handmade to digital.
All my life, I have lived a little bit in two worlds. As an American born and raised in Venezuela, or a Venezuelan with an American History, my identification with my cultures has often ranged from both to neither and many places in between. The Charles W. Morgan is unmistakably American, and has traveled the world.
Jonah found Redemption in the belly of the whale. The American Economy, and to a great degree, the American Revolution were built on the blood of the whale and the sweat of the whale fishermen. The Morgan is a moving factory, and the devotion to craft and hard work we see in her restoration is alive in America, even when we don't see or value it.
My research revealed the opportunities for personal freedom that
whaling fostered. Whaling helped finance the American
Revolution and afforded a path for some to work for their freedom from bondage.
Mystic Seaport is a place where History
breathes, sings and reveals itself. It's a museum where the work happens in
plain sight rather than behind sheetrock, because the work is the exhibit. It's a laboratory for the preservation of
tradition. It helps us explain ourselves to ourselves.
There is a philosophical aspect of it that informed my work. All the passion, science and resources that go into keeping her navigable, make me wonder if she is truly the same ship she was when she was built.
The struts that hold up the Morgan fascinate me. The spacing and order involved in keeping something so large and convex so sturdy has me hooked every time I see it.
I always think I'll return with a clear plan of action, but it generally shifts a little. Changes in light, season and the weather shade and morph my plans into something that is ultimately more relevant and beautiful.
Bowes Academy (teaser). worked closely with the Director. Storyboarding his vision of the opening scenes and designing the school's logo, and crest; as well as it's variations throughout the project. I also assisted on several aspects of the film's Kickstarter campaign and select projects with the film's Art Director, Kate Rance.
Bowes Academy, once you get in, you can never come out.
I designed the logo, business cards and first version of the website for this small education firm. I also shot their promotional photos.