Event & Apparel Design


  • Graphic design
  • Steam-vs.-diesel-train competitive analysis

Chapo Trap House is one of my all-time-favorite podcasts (and communities). Ostensibly a satire/politics/media-crit podcast, it’s so much more; New Yorker and Washington Post thinkpiece fodder, a major platform for political-intellectual author appearances, a hub for satirical comedy, and the most successful Patreon undertaking in the site’s history.

In addition to their core podcast, they also perform live shows and sell merch, some of which I help with.

Elevators play a big part in both shows’ mythologies: debating them, getting trapped in them, debating the finer points of Otis vs. Thyssen-Krupp, etc., etc.

Strangelove-themed Election Night Special.

Virgil Texas and Matt Christman’s 2018 Lincoln-Douglas-style debate.

Illustration—and, later, shirt—for the 2017 holiday season.

Shining-themed live show.

Media & Public Broadcasting

From 2010 to 2015, I was a lead designer and front-end developer for PBS KIDS Digital and NPR’s Southern California Public Radio (KPCC).

In addition, I occasionally produce my own civic-educational pieces.