Neal McCoy | Web Design
Today, I started design on a temporary splash page for renowned country music artist, Neal McCoy — a simple, but functional platform for Neal to deliver tour, news and other information to his fans while my programming partner, Tom Benway, and I begin development on his full website.
Neal’s team has been a real pleasure to collaborate with; some of the most engaged, enthusiastic clients I’ve ever been lucky enough to work with. Can’t wait to get started on the full site!
Posted in Blog, Design, Marketing
Just playing around with some sketches in Illustrator, keeping the cobwebs away and seeing if I stumble on anything cool.
Tinkering around with some drawings of my much-missed pooch. Might hang on to these for some future branding ideas; I kinda like ‘em.
Posted in Blog, Branding, Design, Illustration
Race Across America
UPDATE: You can view the completed edit of my motion graphic work here!
About to wrap up work on a show package I developed for the Race Across America. I was tasked with providing creative direction and executing motion graphics, 3D modeling and some editing for the event’s series of web videos and other online promotional material. Pretty pleased with the way it’s come together, and am eager to add it to the portfolio very soon!
Posted in 3D, After Effects, Blog, Design, Marketing, Motion Graphics, Video
RMC – Product Photography
Earlier this week, I shot a slew of product photos for Colorado custom hat makers, Rocky Mountain Caps, photographing, isolating, and re-touching around 30 pieces of inventory.
These are just a few examples of the company’s extensive “Signature Series”, which include numerous varieties of surgical caps; hats made especially for patients undergoing chemo-therapy; and a line of hats for chefs and bakers.
Though they boast a large collection of pre-made hats, Rocky Mountain Caps distinguishes themselves by offering a virtually limitless selection of bespoke caps, where the customer can pick their own style, fabric, embroidery and applique, to create a truly one-of-a-kind hat. (The selection is ENORMOUS — their website will include *thousands* of textiles to choose from. It’s CRAZY.). To that aim, I also created a group of vector art overlays, to allow customers to visualize their creations as they use the site’s “design your own” application to assemble their fancy new hat.
Posted in Design, Marketing, Photography