Projects

2010
Tolleson Design:

Adobe Elements Packaging

This is the second year of the Adobe packaging shoot. Again Tolleson Design hired me to create all the photography for the PhotoShop Elements and Premier Elements packaging. I worked closely with their art directors to plan the shoots. Stylists, assistants, and digital techs were sourced and hired by me. I worked closely with The Blackwell Files to cast the children that would be the subjects of the shoot.

2008
Sirna Therapeutics, Inc.:

Laboratory and Executives

Sirna is a subsidiary of Merck Pharmaceuticals and they had just recently opened up a new laboratory in the Mission Bay area of San Francisco. They wanted photographs of their executives and of the interior of their labs for their website. This was a photography project.

2007
AMB:

Executive Portraits

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2007
IDEO:

Chase

This was another innovation project for IDEO. I was brought in to create some flash-based presentations to deliver the story to their client. These are flash-based demo movies.

2007
Tolleson Design:

Adobe Elements Packaging

Tolleson Design hired me to create all the photography for the PhotoShop Elements and Premier Elements packaging. I worked closely with their art directors to plan the shoots. Stylists, assistants, and digital techs were sourced and hired by me. I worked closely with The Blackwell Files to cast the children that would be the subjects of the shoot.

2005
Ogilvy One:

Verge

Verge is a conference put on by Ogilvy One. It was designed to bring together executives from marketing agencies and advertising firms for a day of idea sharing. I was contracted as an event photographer to cover the events of the day. One unique feature of the project was uploading the photos to projection screens throughout the day so that people could relive the day in real time.

2005
IDEO:

Intel Zephyros

Intel was releasing a pair of new products and needed an interactive presentation tool. This was a flash-based presentation that included video, photography, sound, and interactive bullet points. The presentation describes the use of the products in six different countries around the world.

2005
Audiofeast:

OEM Product Demo

AudioFeast was a company that produced subscribable content for MP3 users. They needed a collection of tradeshow materials including this demo interactive animation, which was burned to a series of USB drives and given out to prospective clients. This is a flash-based demo with many interactive controls for sound, navigation, and animation.