GALLERY

BRAD'S WORK:

Everything my dad did or designed was covered with purpose; even the room labeling system at the office. 'The East Boardroom' or 'Boardroom 1' was unacceptable. Each room was named after a person that was a "game changer" in their field of work. I found a document that enclosed 'talking points' so employees when given a window for small-talk with a client could share the meaning behind the name of the boardroom.

The following is a compilation of Brad's 'talking points' for his favorite historical game changers, as well as renderings of designs for clients from back in the '90s, all hand sketched and brought to life with his beloved (and very smelly) Prisma markers.

THE GAME CHANGERS

BOARDROOM 1

HADFIELD

I never stopped getting ready, just in case. - Hadfield.

BOARDROOM 2

ROBERTSON

Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple  — Seuss

BOARDROOM 3:

COMANECI

The great pleasure in life is doing what other people say you cannot do. — Walter Bagehot