Category Archives: Art Director

As Seen on A Photo Editor

A Photo Editor leads this new entry about the relationship between type and images on opening spreads with this one from the November issue of Runner’s World. Nice to see this one get some attention, because I consciously thought a … Continue reading

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“How Did They Get the Mice to Wear Clothes?”

Back in January, editor Tish Hamilton told the Runner’s World art and photo department about the first-person story she’d be writing about those of us who will never become elite athletes — no matter how much we sacrifice, or how … Continue reading

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STOP PRE

That’s the stencil I made for the opener of the April 2013 Runner’s World feature, “That Pre Thing” — an epic story about why 1970s runner Steve Prefontaine still matters nearly 40 years after his death at age 24. I … Continue reading

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Better Halfs

That’s a quick sketch I put together to pitch an idea I had for the opener of Runner’s World‘s half-marathon service package. I took a stock photo of a runner, colored her clothing a few different colors, then repeated a … Continue reading

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NY, NY (New Year, New You)

That’s associate photo editor Whitney Ellis with the 8-foot by 8-foot bib wall — a backdrop idea that my new photo director Michele Ervin and I came up with. These are all photocopies of the many race bibs owned by … Continue reading

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