Blahblahblah Science, or B3Sci for short, started out as a modest music blog back in the early 2000s that has since an amassed an incredible track record of highlighting up and coming musicians. When the publishers first came to me in 2005 to break them out of their standard WordPress theme, I had very little experience with the platform and… Read More »
Dan Freeman first hired me in 2006 to design and develop a website for his drum & bass band Comandante Zero. In the fall of 2014 he approached me to design a visual identity and develop a website with e-commerce and multi-lingual capabilities for a new venture he was pursuing: the Brooklyn Digital Conservatory (aka BKDigiCon). The Brooklyn Digital Conservatory… Read More »
In the summer of 2016, the CEO of Advertisers reached out to me about redesigning his site to be more mobile friendly and easier to manage. None of the copy or page hierarchy was going to change, so this was a fairly straight forward refresh and migration into a new theme. The client initially wanted to move into the Tower… Read More »
Prior to striking out as a full-time freelance web developer, I spent a little over three years working as a motion specialist at Publicis North America, primarily working on banner ads. In that time I produced hundreds of animations using story boards from the creative team, sometimes using the timeline, but often employing scripted animation and effects.