The quality of my creative work is very important to me. I've spent many days and lost hours of sleep perfecting the code and graphics of the webpages I've designed. Even my photography sometimes leads me onto private property or torn and stained clothing after struggling through thorny brush. I'm very committed and tenacious.
Artistic design is about meeting the client's needs with precision and clarity in order to effectively communicate their idea to their target audience. I incorporate my own tastes in collaboration with each client, as well as many other resources. Communication is key.
Please visit my design site, Seashore Design for examples of my work. Pricing is based on the type and amount of work to be done. You'll find my fees are a fraction of what most designers charge. I'm very fair. If you're not sure about something, just ask - I can probably do it. Email me for a quote (briefly describe the kind of design you'd like done): firstname.lastname@example.orgDesign
|Bay Area Fitness
My dad owns the largest gym in New England with the most equipment. I took some great photos of our property and the business, discussed some ideas with him, and had the new bayareafitnessgym.com up and going within a couple weeks. I update it every month or whenever there is a special sale. I want to add a video tour of the gym soon.
I created this flash animation for a client website. It really tested my ability to use CGI modeling and flash animation.
This is a video I made for my Oceanography final in my Freshman year at UMaine. I've excluded the end, which originally contained copyrighted video material from the BBC's Blue Planet. All of the 3D animation below is 100% original and made from scratch by me, using an open-source program known as Blender.
During Pride Week at UMaine we featured Pride Artwork in the Union and I used Blender and Photoshop to create 3D DNA images. Total work time was about 6 hours. Click on the images below to see a larger image.
Below are some examples of my photography - click on any photo to enlarge it
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