Remember the early days of the internet? Geocities and Angelfire meant that anybody could create a website, and lots of people did. The world was awash in flashing text, spinning clipart, and red text on black backgrounds. Website builders have advanced a lot from those heady days, with services like SquareSpace, Wix and SiteBuilder offering
Elizabeth, of New England Nauticals, makes great jewelry featuring maps of various coastal areas of the Eastern Seaboard. She asked me to photograph her lineup for her. Since she has a catalog of hundreds of different maps, I also created Photoshop batches to insert those images in to the various pieces of jewelry. This batch
I photographed a chair from Pilgrim Hall’s collection for the annual publication American Antiques, and they asked me to return and photograph some more of their collection. I had a wonderful time working with their staff to document a few of these items that were brought over by the Pilgrims. It is incredible to think
This was a project for a client that had an idea of what they were looking for, and needed help executing that vision. As with all logo designs, I created multiple version of the logo for different uses.
Mouse over the upper right corner, or use your arrow keys to navigate. I provided photography and design for this auction catalog. Some of the photography was done on site at the Fine home in Maryland, with the remainder being done in a New Hampshire warehouse. The timeline for completing this project was very tight,
I designed a print catalog for Austin, and he decided it was time to update his website as well. I chose the Unite theme by ColorLib, with Woocommerce running a gallery of his items. The cart and price functionality of Woocommerce has been disabled, but I like the plugin for its robust tools, and the
The largest web project I have completed to date, Northeast Auctions’ new site is based on the WordPress platform with WooCommerce as the backend of the online auction catalog. The Adamos theme served as a great starting point for the overall site layout, look and feel. Although the online bidform feature is currently disabled pending further testing and implementation of the