“Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution.”
I believe that staying organized throughout a creative process is paramount to the success of a project. I created this post to give readers a sense of this organization. Included below are PDF drafting packages from shows in my Portfolio as well as drafting from other shows in which I was assistant sound designer.
In an unprecedented move to showcase the behind-the-scenes sound design process, I bring you the “Making of Passage Through Fear”. This documentary-style short video examines the creative and . . .
In what is essentially the second iteration of this website, I’ve made sweeping visual changes that were precipitated by malaise surrounding the original visual concept. I wanted a website that looked unique and reflected my personality. With Version 1, I was achieving that feeling to some extent, but the design felt clunky, forced, and unrefined. I followed my artistic instincts, and I’m very happy with the result, which reflects more than 300 revisions on the main page alone. Here are a list of visual improvements that I’ve made to the site:
Through researching website design by other theater artists, I realized that there is room for improvement. I observed some trends that I thought could be improved upon. Generally, they included the following . . .
A number of different options exist to make a website nowadays. Last year, a number of my colleagues and I explored some more popular approaches like Wix, Squarespace, and Weebly. Learning each of these services’ interfaces was simple enough, but each service had its limitations, and these limitations resulted in a very unique (although often cookie-cutter) “feel” to the created website. You can see a couple examples of my first portfolio website below, using Wix: