My wife is an amazingly talented artist. She dabbles her hand in painting (her degree), illustration, graphic design and…paper fashion.
For the past 7 years, the Art Directors Club of Denver has put on a fashion show where all the designs are created with paper. My wife has participated as a contestant for the past 2 years. This year she teamed up with Elizabeth Barnes and Barry Brown to create this year’s first place winner! Below are photos by me, of their creation.
To see more of my photos of the show, see my Flickr slideshow.
I had the opportunity the other day to shoot some photos of a co-worker and her lovely daughter. The fall colors were past their prime and the sky was overcast, but I think we got some good shots.
Graphics for an upcoming tradeshow. I created these to support an ad campaign we’ve developed in conjunction with an external advertising agency.
Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of riding Monarch Crest. Monarch Crest is trail outside Salida, CO and is a must-do ride for anyone who considers themself a mountain biker.
Another sighting of the elusive Pixelninja
Nothing much to say, except that I’m posting my first post from my new Droid Incredible. Life is good
This is a photo I took of my oldest daughter, Evelyn. Her hobbies include dressing herself and jumping off things.
Here’s a larger version on Flickr.
This was a project I art directed for our 10 year anniversary. The piece was designed by Manuela Tar at Peak Creative Media. I invited Peak into the office, showed them a bunch of my work and said “This is what I like”. We developed the copy in house, dug up some old ads and let them go. And I must say, they did a great job. Manuela easily picked up on what I wanted and they were very receptive to our numerous edits and changes. I may update this post with an actual photograph because we did some cool spot varnishes, but as I’m not known to post on a very regular basis, we’ll see.
BTW, the photograph of our building is one I took last fall.
My partner-in-crime, Derek Lofgreen (he’s the other half of the Creative dept here at GHX), took a number of behind-the-scenes shots from this year’s Supply Chain Summit. As luck would have it, he was able to capture a few shots of the elusive Pixelninja in his (my) natural habitat.
Packing up, getting ready for the show: