T'was a snowy Sunday in Vail. Sightlines weren't quite so clear up on the hill.
German Village, USA
La Poste is an amazing French-leaning restaurant in the Gaslight District of Clifton in Cincinnati. When they brought über talented Andrew Mersmann on-board as their new executive chef, Andrew tasked me with bringing La Poste's website up to modern web standards.
In addition to the web design, we shot some new photography of their beautiful food and streamlined La Poste's overall brand. Go now, and order the Wild Mushroom Ravioli.
We welcomed a new member to the Keys' household this weekend, meet Debbie! Hopefully this turn of events doesn't portend this blog devolving into nothing but a bunch of dog photos...
A fizzy outtake from a photo shoot last week.
As a member of the Queen City Project, I was honored to play a part in the documentation of CoSign 2013, editing the video you see above (with imagery provided by Alias Imaging and Bluestone Creative). CoSign, in it's second year, is a non-profit program that connects independent business-owners, designers, and fabricators to create a one-of-a-kind signage. The designers and fabricators are compensated for their work, the business receives a free-of-charge sign, and a neighborhood receives a transformative facelift. Everybody wins.
Very exciting day here in Ohio, as we've launched the new responsive version of ElevenWarriors.com. I am very proud to have worked with the very talented Lindha on the front-end design portion of the project, and am amazed by the development talents of 11W's leader, Jason Priestas, and the CSS wizardry of Brian Toombs. This site is a monster, and we're very proud of it, so go poke around.
Doing hard-drive crisis initiated archiving and found this shot from a sunny day in Brooklyn.
Geese on the semi-frozen Olentangy.
Last year, I pitched in and shot some B-Roll for the Cincinnati chapter of Creative Mornings. It was used in the application video they put together. The Cincinnati version of the series has been going strong for almost a year now, and they are a truly inspiring way to start a Friday. I set my footage to the smooth sounds of Nick Waterhouse to create the quick Cincy-centric video above.