I kind of look at type design as a hobby that fits in perfectly to my career. I like to come up with experimental forms that can be generated into working alphabets and typefamilies.

Orca is a monospaced font that draws it’s design inspiration from OCR-A. It uses straight lines, sharp corners, and odd combinations of type anatomy. I made this purely to experiment with monospaced fonts in multiple weights.
Oyster is a supercondensed display face that draws inspiration from a Yale Architecture poster. The goal here was to design letter forms as condensed as I could. I then expanded it into light and bold weights.
Ketamine is a current work in progress. This font draws inspiration from letterforms found in fonts like Caslon Italian and Maelstrom. I don’t have much to say about this one aside from I like the forms I researched, so I made my own.