Thanks to the efforts of the guys behind the scenes @ melophobe, you can now embed the slide shows from our concert reviews in your various social pages! Booya!
s part of NORTH’s second “We’re Live Downtown” campaign for Portland’s Downtown Marketing Initiative, I helped to concept, design and execute a reactive environment ( interactive art installation ) using Flash-based motion detection software and three local artists’ interpretation of what snow in Portland looked like to them ( artist courtesy of P.I.C.A. ).
PortlandConcertPhotography.com was born of a love for music & photography, a canon 5d, a night of shooting blind pilot @ mississippi studios and a few hours over a three day span. simplicity is a rule for me and this site lets the user focus almost entirely on the work and nothing else.
Nike needed some interstitial animations for one of their trade show videos and through a friend I got the nod to do the motion graphics.
the installation hoopla continues. on top of the site madness and the incredible job the NORTH crew has done on this year’s round of commercials (soon to be featured on downtownportland.org and in a limited way on YouTube) our little installation has been gathering some pretty good momentum. we’ve encountered more challenges than even i [...]
look it up. it will make sense. so here it is, at long last. the 897035th version of studionumbernine.com. hopefully only some minor tweaks to get this thing running like a fine oiled macheen and then i’ll be posting thoughts, ideas, pictures, videos and whateverthehellelse comes into my brain or across my desk(s). if you’re [...]
As part of my on-going partnership with Kyle of BigSprocket, I pitched in a few hours to gussy up one of his ideas: Count Keeper.
An app to keep track of the score and the count at baseball and softball games in a more pleasant way that a typical ball and strike counter