One And A Half Acres is a photographic essay that examines how 150 former Minuteman II missile silos in the rural Missouri landscape have developed their own individual characteristics after being destroyed by arms control treaties over 25 years ago.
These photographs reveal how identical ICBM launch facilities – after 30 years of military use – have been replaced with what each landowner finds useful: hay bail storage, church parking lot, farm equipment, out buildings, chemical storage, fireworks stand, automotive collections, housing development, or grass.
In most cases the eight-foot security fence is the only visible piece left of the original two-acre facility and provides a consistent visual cue to orient the viewer in the landscape.
Today, each of these sites is a testament and optimistic reminder that we as the human race still have time to deescalate the proliferation and use of weapons that have such devastating potential.
Various logos and visual identites.
Art director roll. Logo redesign and development of look-and-feel for overall visual identity, brand style guide, and website.
Sr. Art Director and visual design lead for a scope of work focusing on digital transformation that was never ultimately realized.
Sr. Art Director and visual creative lead for the 2015 redesign and relaunch for this global financial services corporation:
Roll as lead designer and then visual team lead. Established the look-and-feel for the 12-month digital transformation project.
Sprint.com and mobile apps.
UI design, incorporating existing brand design.