Portfolio

A collection of my favorite http://buzzpharmacy.net/ projects. Click the images to explore each section.

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Mistresses of
the Macabre

Illustration and typography series

Illustration

A diverse range of subjects and styles, hand-drawn and digital

HNTB

Project proposals layout design for Architecture & Engineering firm.

Indiegogo

Graphic Design for Brand and Marketing Initiatives

Branding & Logos

Graphic design in branding for tech, music, nightlife, and more

Hot Mess

Packaging design, illustration and branding for Chico, CA indie band.

Black Mast

Design, illustration, and photography for merch company

Creme Fatale

Merch illustration and design for San Francisco based drag queen.

Doc Prop

Packaging design, photography and branding for CA-based rapper.

Commissions

Illustration commissions for merchandise and promotion

Disney Halloween

Self-initiated sketch challenge as tribute to the dark side of Disney!

Team Shark Week

Illustration, design and branding for Chico, CA electro band.

I feel like every time I think about writing something about Craig Montgomery I can’t find the right words, but feel like I should try anyways. We went on countless adventures, danced, laughed, shared our favorite music. That sense of adventure was infectious and it was always hard to say no to that giggle when Craig wanted to do something.  I’m so thankful I met Craig and so many lifelong friends while working at Raley’s, we may not have enjoyed the job but we had a great support system to make it fun to come to work every day. Dancing to Blondie and the Faint, making pirate flags together, road trips to the bay and Santa Cruz. It was truly my formative years and I’m so glad I have those memories. 
It’s interesting that yesterday was National Coming Out Day, because Craig was instrumental in helping me find the courage within myself to come out. His friendship was the best thing I needed at a time when I was unsure about myself and learning who I really was. He encouraged me to be my authentic self when I was scared of how the world would treat me in coming out as gay. He was the first straight male to explicitly show me that it was ok to be ME, he didn't care about my sexuality, that our friendship was beyond that. 
We didn't get to see each other much the last few years but we always knew we were rooting for each other in our own paths. I wish I could hug him and tell him one more time how much he means to me and to all of his friends and family. and to not leave us so soon. And it's hard to believe he's been gone a year already. 
I wish everyone in the world could have a friend like Craig. 
Sending love to all his friends and family. Miss you Craig! 💖

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
I feel like every time I think about writing something about Craig Montgomery I can’t find the right words, but feel like I should try anyways. We went on countless adventures, danced, laughed, shared our favorite music. That sense of adventure was infectious and it was always hard to say no to that giggle when Craig wanted to do something. I’m so thankful I met Craig and so many lifelong friends while working at Raley’s, we may not have enjoyed the job but we had a great support system to make it fun to come to work every day. Dancing to Blondie and the Faint, making pirate flags together, road trips to the bay and Santa Cruz. It was truly my formative years and I’m so glad I have those memories. It’s interesting that yesterday was National Coming Out Day, because Craig was instrumental in helping me find the courage within myself to come out. His friendship was the best thing I needed at a time when I was unsure about myself and learning who I really was. He encouraged me to be my authentic self when I was scared of how the world would treat me in coming out as gay. He was the first straight male to explicitly show me that it was ok to be ME, he didn't care about my sexuality, that our friendship was beyond that. We didn't get to see each other much the last few years but we always knew we were rooting for each other in our own paths. I wish I could hug him and tell him one more time how much he means to me and to all of his friends and family. and to not leave us so soon. And it's hard to believe he's been gone a year already. I wish everyone in the world could have a friend like Craig. Sending love to all his friends and family. Miss you Craig! 💖 National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255