A collection of “back to the camera” shots. The character stands center frame (most of the time), looking out at some epic landscape.
MUSIC: “God Moving Over the Face of the Waters” by Moby
Advancement in design and programming technology makes for a perfect storm: Now is the best time to redo your website. Technology breakthroughs are constant…but design breakthroughs? What’s that all about? Comedian Louis CK does a bit about how your stomach takes 20 minutes to tell your head that it’s full. He says you can stub your toe and your head knows right away how much it hurts, why does it take 20 minutes for your stomach to communicate? Well, embracing and using new technology to its fullest is a bit like communicating with your stomach: it takes time. It’s been 23 years since Tim Berners-Lee launched the first website and we finally have the tools for designing a website that really focuses on the user. And yet it’s not only about the user, it’s also about the owner of the website and what the owner has to offer the user. It’s about a relationship between user and content holder. And like any relationship, it’s hard work.
5 technological breakthoughs that your website redesign must have…
Figurative sculptures of artist Dale Dunning who welds together lead type and other hardware to create intricate masks and heads. Of his work Dunning says:
“The head that has been featured in my work for the last 13 years is a generic, simplified form not specific to gender, devoid of detail, resembling an egg. The head is universally recognized, easy to identify with. We live in our heads, see, feel, and experience the world in our head. It serves as the foundation upon which I can develop various paths to explore.”
New music from one of my favorites… keeping the work flowing!
Mercury Rising’ is the third studio album to be released by Rae & Christian. The duo weave together exceptional musicianship paired with a British song writing sensibility and the finest elements of studio production. ‘Mercury Rising’ was created at producer/musician Steve Christian’s studio in Yorkshire with additional recording at songwriter/vocalist/DJ Mark Rae’s London base.
based in Monterrey, Mexico
After getting a degree in graphic design, I developed an aesthetic eye and decided to become a photographer.
My work is a mixture of portrait, editorial, reportage and constantly growing in other disciplines.
I adore creating moods of nostalgia, something from the “good old days” or even a movie scene.