My good friends had a baby in February 2016. It was a very exciting time, and they are very good at including their friends and family in their big life events. For example, when they came to our halloween party, Shala had a shirt that was airbrushed with the label from a Prego pasta sauce... Continue Reading →
This illustration was created in 2011 as part of the anniversary celebration for Visalia Transit in Visalia, California. Done for Archer & Hound (formerly Multi Marketing Corp) Creative Director: Aaron Coyne Accounts: Jessica Blanchfield This piece won a Silver ADDY; AAF-Fresno 2012.
Each year since 2007 I have made my own Christmas cards to send out to friends and family. It's become one of my favorite traditions.
I promised I would post the photo we got of the Aurora Borealis on our last night in Iceland. Winds were between 20-25 km/h and it was about -5.5°C with the windchill. Cory blind-focused the camera and we both braced the tripod for this 30 second exposure. I can't explain how they look in real... Continue Reading →
Our Christmas cards for 2015 are starting to arrive in the mail... Here's hoping you have a lovely Christmas and a joy-filled new year! Thank you for being a part of my life, much love to you this season! Illustration by Melissa Olson Words by Cory Michael Sheldon (appeared on back of card): Rockin around... Continue Reading →
For those of you that didn't get one of these in the mail (and those who did!)... Hoping you have a safe and joyful Christmas and a happy new year! Thank you for being a part of my life, much love to you today! Illustration by Cory Sheldon Color, Typography and layout by Melissa Olson... Continue Reading →
Text on Back: I've made the move back to Ohio after a few years out in sunny California, and let me tell you, it feels like my first winter all over again. I love this time of year, but after a few years away, boy am I glad to have my wool mittens and mukluks!... Continue Reading →
This illustration was created as a thank you gift for all of the people involved with a summer camp I attended for many years before becoming a volunteer counselor in 2005. Each summer I spend a week in Kentucky teaching photography and songwriting to 11-13 year old campers. In particular, I dedicate this piece to Allan D. Stephens... Continue Reading →