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Desert-Motors Magazine

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Desert-Motors Magazine was a digital and print automotive magazine with a focus on the photography and design/layout. Unlike most automotive magazines and websites, which are focused primarily on one type of automobile, make or model across the nation or even world, Desert-Motors is focused on the regional automotive community; from Italian supercars to custom motorcycles to Japanese compacts. The first issue was entirely photographed, written, designed and built by myself. With the second issue, I enlisted a handful of contributors to create content, but I was still the primary contributor and I was still entirely responsible for the layout and creation of the issue. Unfortunately, due to the incredible amount of work involved with creating such a magazine on my own, I abandoned the project and shifted my focus entirely to the Desert-Motors.com website and other work.  
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Logos

I’ve designed many logos over the years. Here’s a small sample of some of them.
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Web Design & Development

Over the years I’ve designed and developed many websites on many platforms including WordPress, Joomla, straight HTML/CSS and more. Here’s a small sample of some of those sites.                  
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Ferrari California Spider

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Another very high pressure shoot, the car got into the state the night before the shoot and we spent the whole day shooting this 1958 Ferrari 250 GT California Spider in a local national park. It was a difficult shoot, as we didn’t have the luck of any cloud coverage and once the sun began to set, it set very quickly and we soon lost all light. My photos of the car were not only featured very heavily by the client, but also appeared on the cover of Autoweek Magazine and only many website across the internet. It then sold for $8,800,000.00, at the time, a record for a car sold in Arizona.
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Architectural

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Various clients over a number of years, from designer pools in luxury homes, to auto dealerships across the state, to reclaimed lumber in and outside of homes. Some of the photos are aimed at showing the entire property where others are aimed at showing off details or materials.     
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Empress Road Pictures

PROJECT DESCRIPTION I worked with Empress Road Pictures in a number of ways. I designed their logo and built their website, then redesigned their website after they made some changes to their public image. I’ve also designed flyers and other marketing materials for them, along with a number of posters for films they’re involved with (often working with little or no source material).
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Ferrari Club of America – DR

PROJECT DESCRIPTION I worked with the local chapter of the Ferrari Club of America – Desert Region for years and was actually a board member at one point. In all of those years I designed and redesigned their website, built event websites, designed event logos, posters, flyers, t-shirts and event programs, including original content. I’ve also taken promotional photos for the club as well as contributed my photography to their monthly publication and website.
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Jaguar D-Type

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Tasked with shooting this multimillion-dollar car in a city foreign to me on a tight deadline and with a very specific look required by the client, it was a tall order. Fortunately, we were able to find a fantastic location just off the water in a historic dock district. Not only was I really pleased with the photos, but more importantly, so was the client and the photos were heavily featured by them.
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Battle for SkyArk

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Designed a logo for the film, along with the creation of a website and social media sites (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram). Initially given about a half dozen options, the final logo is written in a strong, sturdy typeface and was given a distressed look to match the dystopian feel of the film. The website is a single-page site with parallax scrolling and multiple forms of navigation, giving you four different ways to access the content without having to load another page. You can view the site here.
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Crocuta Crocuta

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 23″ x 13″ mixed media on paper with hand drawn type.
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