A guy who writes. Sometimes for money. Sometimes not. I also enjoy climbing up mountains and getting into freezing cold water. Not while I’m writing, you understand. That would be fool-hardy (and probably not very legible).
You remember that exhibition, don’t you? With skinless, preserved dead bodies doing things like playing basketball or preparing a delicious (organic) six-course meal. Some friends and I wrote a book about it . Go figure, right? Shhhh. Don’t tell anyone: they paid us. Not a lot. But still cool.
This is an attractive and impeccably designed magazine about Modern design in Denver by my friend William Logan. The article above profiles a furniture exhibition, but I’ve contributed several times, writing about famous designers, famous chairs, the favorite chairs of famous designers, and a space age “pod” to work in created by one famous designer so he wouldn’t have to work in a chair.
Here’s an advertisement for those humongous machines that dig those holes we build houses on top of. I’ve also written ads for banks, wealth management, property management, universities, and hospitals: worthy institutions all, but none with the visual moxie of an eight-ton earth mover. Click for my Brand Development Portfolio.
Do you see how many mattresses this would-be Princess had to climb up before she could go to bed? Kind of ludicrous, don’t you think? But that’s the lengths a doting Queen mom will travel to ensure that her son marries well. This was a very cool project my wife and I co-wrote (and did the layout for). It’s part of a series by ASL Tales Press, which publishes re-tellings of classic stories with accompanying DVDs of American Sign Language performances.