Today I am launching a mobile version of my online portfolio. Now you can access all the same content seen on my website from your smart phone and tablet. To check out the mobile site click here.
I am posting to share my newly redesigned portfolio set. In the initial stages my goal was to produce something unique. An object that was easily recognizable and remembered by reflecting my online presence and strengthening my branding across both platforms. Like the site, green indicates the best of my assignment work and the blue showcasing my narrative personal series.
Upon completion the iPad was released. Like many visual artists, I was drawn to the easily customized platform that didn’t require hours of proofing, printing, and the cost of materials. But at the same time, I like the idea of showing nicely printed and sequenced photographs. And, I didn’t see any options to truly customize my presentation and was concerned my branding and identity could get lost in the mix. So I decided to have both and marry the old with the new. Integrate the iPad’s multimedia capabilities with classic book design having hand printed matte pages, half linen construction and a cradle for the iPad. The new presentation has been very well received and excited to share.
The above video was produced as a book preview on my contact page seen here. More photos and construction images after the jump.
From his motocross and rally car championships, his MTV show Nitro Circus, and his televised new year’s eve record-breaking rally car jump, Travis Pastrana is second only to Shaun White as the most celebrated figure in action sports. This is part two of an assignment featuring the “behind the scenes” individuals of notable action sports stars for ESPN’s EXPN.
Today the UCI BMX World Championships kicks off in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Australian BMX Professional Sam Willoughby is the heavy favorite going into the three-day competition. If he wins he will make UCI history, with a never-before-accomplished threepeat of titles. This assignment was for ESPN’s action sports edition, EXPN.