Finally compiled some of the videos I’ve been working on the last couple years at Screenscape. It’s been great cutting my teeth on after effects. I still have a lot to learn, but I’m fortunate to be in the company of some really creative and talented folks. I’ll be posting videos on my site, but in the meantime you can view them here.
I just recieved an email from Logo Lounge that 3 of my logo designs were selected to be published in their second Master Library Series focusing on animals and mythology. Additionally, 5 of my other logo designs will be published in their first Master Library Series featuring Initials and Crests. My membership to Logolounge.com has definitely been worth it. Which reminds me, I need to renew it today!
Your work has been selected for probable inclusion in a remarkable new LogoLounge project, “Animals and Mythology”, the second book in the new Master Library series.What is the Master Library series? Like our existing (and continuing) LogoLounge book series, the new Master Library books will bring you exemplary logo design work from creatives around the world. Our first book in the series, Initials and Crests, is at the publisher as we write and promises to be a new best selling series from Rockport in the model of LogoLounge.
November 19th, 2008 · 2 Comments
September 5th, 2008 · 1 Comment
I was pleasantly surprised that my archived portfolio site is still getting some exposure even after it’s retirement. I received a package the other day and found a copy of Guidelines for Online Success in the box. If you jump to page 128 you’ll see my nice little one page spread.
I also just received word from Logo Lounge that 3 of my logos would be published in the upcoming Logo Lounge 5 book. The three featured logos are: Nike Elite League 1, Nike Elite League 2 and Metromix.
Quick update on a few new sites that launched in the last couple of months. I just recently launched a 27 Dresses site and game for Tea Lab for their client Fox. I also recently did an identity and website for a good friend of mine, Sudheer. He’s got a pretty neat tool to help create streaming flash video with custom voice overs to boot. He’s coined this product AVA. Sudheer programmed the back-end admin for my current site. If you’re in need of a skilled programmer give him a buzz!
I’ve been getting a lot of activity on my site since the redesign. Largely in-part is due to the community that has been built around CSS-based designs. I’d like to thank Nick La of Best Web Gallery for the hook-up! Nick does fantastic work, you should check him out at N.Design Studio, he also runs Web Designer Wall. I’d also like to thank the guys and gals at webcreme.com, cssmania.com, cssartillery.com as well as cssbased.com for the postings on their sites. They’re all fantastic resources for cutting edge design and css.
Just finished wrapping up a site for Fox with TeaLab. Lions for Lambs has a great cast and deals with a very topical subject, terrorism. Stars Robert Redford, Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep. I had fun with the site, I’m particularly fond of the opening. You can see the site here: http://www.lionsforlambs-dvd.com/
February 29th, 2008 · 7 Comments
Well it’s been a while since I redesigned my site. I’ve been extremely busy with work at TeaLab. Special thanks goes out to my good friend Sudheer for helping me set up WordPress and for programming a back-end admin for my portfolio. Version 6 of my site was an exploration in table-less layouts with xhtml and css. I’m a changed man when it comes to html development. It’s been an eye-opening experience. If you’re looking for the FWA awarded version 5, click here.
February 26th, 2008 · 4 Comments
Well the wait is over. I could barely sleep last night knowing that we had an ultrasound this morning. We were pleased to find out that after having 3 beautiful girls, Taylor (6) and twins Paityn and Paige (3), we were blessed with a baby boy. He’s 18 weeks along and due in late July. What a perfect way to round out our family! Now all of those boys names I’ve been saving for the last 6 years will come in handy.