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.
This cold snap has me reminiscing about warm drives through the Ohio countryside...
Spent New Year's Eve walking around on a frozen Lake in Wisconsin. Happy 2014!