While he's worked with many different types of clients, Tony specializes in work for arts organizations, non-profits, and government social service agencies. Tony finds these projects are invariably meaningful and moving.
Tony's a fan of quite a few things, including:
Whatever his wife and kids happen to be doing
Spirituality (his and others)
Music (creating, sharing, performing, enjoying)
Art (see above)
Macs (Tony is a proud denizen of the Manzanaverse)
Baseball (Go Cubs!)
Politics and Current Events
Tony's work in the music and arts industry is rooted is own musicianship; he holds a Master's in Choral Conducting and is active as a published composer and arranger. He has created branding and promotional materials for several arts organizations; notable clients include the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA), St. Louis, MO, and Te Deum, Kansas City (see samples).
He also works as a music engraver on a freelance basis with liturgical publishers in the US. Key projects include his own edition of Bach's Cantata, Himmelskönig, sei Willkommen, BWV 185, and the first modern engraving of the Regina Coeli of Carolus Luython.
Tony is particularly adept at resources for worship and is a regular contributor of cover art and layout for major Catholic publishers in the USA. His projects include six years of cover and internal art for World Library Publications' Living the Word series (and three more years to come!); sole responsibility for creation of worship aids for one publisher's subscription service; weekly photo-based cover art for another publisher's bulletin service; book covers, and music engraving. He has also created several individual and serial works of liturgical art for worship communities in the United States.
Tony's work with educational institutions include branding and informational materials for the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) on the campus of Saint Louis University (see samples), and branding and web design services for Creighton University Campus Ministry.
Government work includes INCIL (Illinois Network of Centers for Independent Living): created new branding, brochures, and in-office informational displays for this state agency (see samples).
Everything from logos to art pieces, including several series of seasonal art for liturgical use and bulletin art for subscription services.
Single-event and season advertising for artists and arts organizations.
Logos for small businesses, arts organizations, worship communities, schools, non-profits, and more in the US, Canada, and Europe.
Covers for annual resources and new resource books for Catholic publishers in the US.
Web banners for arts organizations and school departments.
Brochures for state agencies, museums, arts organizations, school departments, and houses of worship.
Mailers for arts organizations, as a component of seasonal promotional media.
Web design and development in WordPress and other CMS platforms, and in Dreamweaver.