Archive for the ‘Software’ Category

My New Mobile Studio: Wacom MobileStudio Pro and MacBook Pro This is a post about my new digital studio, but to put the excitement I have for this setup in context, I think it’s a great idea to backtrack a bit.  A couple of years ago, I posted about my ‘new’ Cintiq companion – new, at […]

  Our last one for the Intel series!  What a journey. Starting out, we see a typical video conference.  Our high profile businesswoman is kicking corporate butt.  But then we reveal that she’s actually lakeside- using the power of Intel to convince her colleagues that she’s all business, but actually keeping a great work/life separation. […]

  Here’s another in the Intel series- quickly executed shoot boards for an Intel campaign highlighting tech innovations in daily life. This one’s silly- a dude gets hit in the face with a water balloon- a slow motion video captures the impact and aftermath- EPIC PRANK.  All that’s left is to edit and post it […]

Another quick one for the “Intel” series- a series of closeup portraits of tech users from all walks of life and points on the globe.  No matter who you are, your tech is as personal as your… uh, personality.  You unique thing, you. The client had cast all the actors for the spot already, so […]

Here’s some storyboards I did for a pitch for a recent Taco Bell spot. The premise is, you can use an app to order whatever kind of taco bell food item you want, encouraging you to try new items and new combinations.  It’s like having a Taco Bell Rubik’s cube! And here’s the final commercial. […]

  I’ve got a new addition to my work setup- my Cintiq Companion!  It’s a handsome little device- Wacom-made, so of course it’s driven primarily though a pressure-sensitive screen.  It’s touch sensitive as well, and with the Windows OS driving it, it’s similar to the Microsoft Surface tablet- but the form is different and the […]