A House Lost to Time

It’s a weird feeling knowing your childhood house was demolished. I haven’t lived there since graduating high school, and my parents moved out long ago, but it was the closest thing we had to a family institution. It was a little white house that sat right off the highway eight miles west of Dripping Springs in the “sneeze and you might might miss it” town of Henly, Texas.

Update! Just a shade under a year since the last one, too. Here’s a booklet I worked on for the DIY Musician Conference last weekend that I thought turned out nice. Nobody from AudioTheme made it to Chicago for the conference, but we did send a thousand of these little guys in our stead.

Engine 145 Redesign

Below are a couple of mockups I put together for a redesign of the online roots music publication Engine 145. My pal Juli Thanki — Engine 145 owner, editor, and all around badass — recently made it to the big leagues and accepted a position with The Tennessean, effectively putting an end to Engine 145. […]

Pun not intended, but appropriate.