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Site Update

November 7th, 2010

After some sketchy moments of moving files off Dreamhost, I can finally breathe. The site has undergone some pretty big updates in the last few days but should be fully intact now. I’m proud to say the site is now running on Media Temple. It should be much faster than before.

If you come across images that aren’t showing or any other issues, please let me know in the comments. Other site suggestions are welcomed as well.

Site Update: Related Posts Feature

June 21st, 2010

As a navigational feature I’ve added a “related posts” feature below each post. You can see this when you click into a post to comment or see it in action here. Right now the relatedness is set pretty loosely but as new posts come in I’ll try and refine the results.

This should be a handy new feature so feel free to let me know what you think.

New Portfolio Roll Out

June 19th, 2009

After nearly a full year of not having a portfolio online, I’ve finally gathered my new work and put it in an all new website. It’s been quite a journey to get it online but its here.

Let me highlight a few of the new areas, but it easily speaks for itself:

Work: The new portfolio has four sections; print, branding, interactive and personal. The print section will be the container for packaging and any printed material. Next up is the branding section–my favorite. You will find both identity specific projects and full brand development projects here. The interactive section is pretty straight forward; web projects will be in this category (hopefully live websites soon). Lastly the personal section. All of my personal posters, t-shirts and odds & ends will be here.

Contact: Send messages! I’m currently available for freelance and would love to hear from you.

Labs: This will have…well…experiments. Some great specimens (ideas) are brewing.

Every section of the website is expandable and I will continually add to them. Each time a new piece is added, I will be showcasing it on the front page. For any of you feed readers, you may just have to join us all at ground level to view the images.

Feedback is welcomed! The more the merrier.