complete album packaging / concept + design Designing the packaging for Joe Locke‘s new Motéma release “Lay Down My Heart” gave me the opportunity to work with NY photographer Joseph Boggess for the first time. And another easy and inspiring creative collaboration with a musician and his label.
album packaging design based on a great piece of original artwork by Anmalo for the cover, this extended digipak (incl. slip case and booklet) completed the circle for me after having been involved in the concerts’ print and digital advertisement last year for the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra.
complete album packaging / concept + design When I was first asked to work on the visuals for this new recording, a title had not even been found and as we were discussing a stylistic approach to its presentation, the project’s name evolved in parallel. Repeatedly, the notion of communication, connection, people interacting in life’s […]
album design This is the second packaging done by nadworks for the TSYJO, Tommy Smith’s talent packed youth orchestra in Scotland. Tommy is a dear friend who we’ve been working with since 2005 on creative projects across multiple channels — digital and web, merchandising products, above the line advertisement, PR and album design.
4-panel digipak design / photography This debut album by my friend, the incredible guitarist Kristian Borring, was a true service to the art and a labour of love and friendship. I have a genuine soft spot for Kristian’s music. His gentle, yet highly defined playing and his beautifully intriguing compositions on this recording made me […]
album design / concept and design Once more we were excited to get the chance to work with a prolific label (E1 Entertainment, formerly Koch Records) and provide the design for another of Joe’s own solo projects. The Joe Locke Group is a hand selected quintet of extraordinary musicians, featuring the phenomenal Geoffrey Keezer (piano), Clarence […]
album packaging design Based on the beautiful photography by Alexandros Lambrovassilis (New York), this packing for Origin makes a landmark in Joe Locke‘s work and a special creative project for me. The earthy yellow and brown tones stem from a daytime photo session at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola at Manhattan’s Lincoln Center