Friday, April 13, 2012

Raindrops on the Kitchen Floor by Mason Jennings - Music Video

The concept came about when I saw these two remote controlled Robots, called Zibits, interacting. I thought, what if the two robots (sold as a pair at Toys 'R' Us) where separated? Would they search for each other? Would one come to the other's rescue? Thus begins the blue robot's search all over the city of Atlanta for his long lost companion, leaving the comforts of home and familiar toys and into the bustle of the city with psychedelic and freakish toys and unbathed Occupy Atlanta demonstrators.

The song by Mason Jennings just fit the quaint, heart-warming story perfectly.

Filmed in Marietta and Atlanta GA. Camera and Robot assistance by Andy Berry. Edited in Final Cut Pro; effects and graphics in After Effects.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Printing Business Cards

I recently had the pleasure of working with Bill Paulus, who has to be one of the most passionate enthusiasts when it comes to letterpress. He has rebuilt/restored a number of these historical machines (one from 1917) in his basement. We had a great time experimenting with paper stock, inks, and printing techniques. I was fortunate to have found Bill.

Bill's 1940s Heidelberg Windmill:

The printing plates for my business cards.

Intertype Linotype Caster

Monday, March 19, 2012

Collaborative Book Spread

Here is what I have so far for a collaborative book project centered around the theme of... wait for it... death.

I remember when I was a voice major, the professors would ask a student what the song they just sang (in german/french/etc) was about. If the person had no idea what the song was about, they would typically respond with, "uhh... death?" I guess because it must be the most prevalent and overly-utilized artistic subject.

It has been said that Death is the Great Equalizer. I think you can trace that concept back to King Solomon in about 935 B.C. when he wrote:

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Georgia Lawn & Garden App

Designed for iPad, this app will have a four week schedule of projects to do around the yard and in the garden for each month of the year.  Items will include when to plant, when to trim, when to harvest, when to fertilize, etc.

Home Screen

Monday, February 13, 2012


Photos courtesy of Brenton Smith (station16). Thanks to Danger Press for letting us use their stuff.

Like a boss.

So intense.

A foot-pedal operated vacuum holds the paper in place.
Brenton recently joined Band of Horses.
And Fleet Foxes

First screen down.

Separated Screens

Screen1: The lighter background/fill screen
Screen2: The darker outline screen
What the final screened image will look like.