wow… it seems that i’ve chosen what could very well be one of the worst built WordPress themes in existence… time to build something from scratch.
Regardless of the technical discrepancies, I was fortunate enough to be able to shoot photos for CMJ2010 for the 4th year in a row.
I always enjoy the opportunity to see great music performed in a live setting, but the ability to shoot photos from an uninhibited viewpoint is even more enjoyable.
What’s even more enjoyable about the whole experience is coming home and discovering that 7 of the Top 25 Shots of the Night are MINE
Jeannette McClellan, CEO of JJ Mac Consulting, and ex-President of Ogilvy Interactive reached out to me to help create signage for Pivot Con.
PIVOT is a marketing conference for brand marketers who seek to understand the style, attitudes, technologies and preferences of the 18–34 year old consumer as they make first-time brand choices.
I was brought in during the final stages of the event planning to boost awareness of the event via POP signage and interactive marketing campaigns.
my good friend and photo-phenom Nicolas Wagner has recruited me to help him with an overhaul of his existing portfolio site with the intent of a) providing a more user-friendly showcase of his body of work, and b) developing a more intuitive CMS for the uploading and categorization of images. Read more »
so…it’s taken me awhile to realize that GoDaddy’s support and service is total crap.
at first it was problems with their auto-generated databases. then it was the inability to upload files via FTP because of “improper permission settings” (even though I had CHMOD-ed every directory to 777, a big no-no I know, but I just wanted to get stuff on the server) … Read more »