Designing for the web:
Before photography college, I took vocational training, and worked in graphic arts and printing. I've always loved designing with images and type. A couple of years ago, these interests led me into some forays in website design... Now, I'm up to about a half-dozen active sites.
I like to create websites with an emphasis on good images and graphics. I take great pains to ensure maximum image quality with quick download speeds.
All of the graphics on my websites are original designs, created in Photoshop and Illustrator. I do not use templates or other "cookie cutter" programs to generate my images, backgrounds, buttons, rollovers, or whatever!
|< Detroit Studio Mechanics -
A high-tech look for a high-tech organization. These folks deal with the electronics in film production - audio recording, video assist, and TelePrompTer operators.
Lots of downloadable forms, links, and other information for members and clients.
Plenty of graphics and photos. The site features the artist's decorative painting in beautiful homes and businesses. . .
In conjunction with this website, I designed an entire corporate identity. The graphics on the site are the basis for stationery, cards, brochures, and other print materials. I shot most of the photographs used in the website and printed items.
< Detroit Stage Employees -
This site was designed for easy navigation by novice web surfers. It was my first "big" site, currently around 45 pages.
It has a sizable 'knowledge base" area, with downloadable forms, tutorials, and other data.
Perhaps the most fun part of this website is a frequently updated Photo Gallery, which contains photos and information on shows, entertainment, and filming in Detroit.