Giving away fonts since 2009 (and selling fonts since 2011). These are five favorites and there are dozens more to check out.
I’ve made a living as a graphic designer for the past 13 years, creating unique logos, brand guides, user interfaces (including front-end development), and product packaging.
The simplest, smoothest, text on photo iphone app (of its time).
Ithaca Beer Co.
In March of 2014 I joined the team as a designer to raise the quality of the brand up to the quality of the beer.
Making web interfaces look good. Oh, and a rebrand, video project, app designs, and learning Git.
Back in the day, all video on Instagram was square. This simple app preserved the original aspect ratio (now a default thing in the official app).
In April of 2015 I traded my gym membership for a makerspace membership.
Music is something I've made longer than anything else. From noodling in middle school, through composing a song for an Emmy award-winning film.
Released in 2016, Timescapes is exactly what it reads like: emotive instrumental pieces spanning several years of my life (and people in my life).
I originally started this album by making music to mellow out my kid. It evolved from there.
A conceptual experiment in music generation from classic text. Yeah, it's kind of weird.
The finale of a beautiful short fiction film with a whole lot of great Maine footage.
Music made to be talked over. A soundtrack for a series of short interviews.
I try to not leave home without a camera. Something more substantial than my phone, at least. I enjoy taking portaits, and documenting my time outside.
The majority of these photos from January 2015 were taken on the island of Vieques, and in El Yunque National Forest.
Given the option, I'd rather point my camera at a person than anything else.
The Ithaca Festival is a great local annual event that kicks off with a wacky and wonderful parade.
A trip through a mostly evacuated and bulldozed Pennsylvania town.
Places & Things
Full disclosure: I like photographing people. They're my favorite.