Archive for the ‘Work’ Category

after many months of work and countless pots of coffee, i’m pleased to share the biggest project we’ve done at photoelectric to date: this marks the third iteration of this project that i have worked on, and the first (hopefully of many) not under anyone else’s banner. you can check out the original design, as […]


new year, new work, check it out.


Wow, really?

11Jul12

three months without a single post.  not sure but that might be a record. lets see, some highlights: things at photoelectric are going quite well.  we won the carolina panthers contract, so that’ll be keeping us busy for several months.  we’re moving into a new studio space around the first of september, assuming things stay […]


i am pleased to announce that we have launched our new site! we finally have a proper site, designed and programmed by none other than andrew ramos and kevin smith (no, not that one). tons of new work, and a really great design. we’re really excited! go check it out! EDIT: apparently there are some […]


so without any great fanfare, i give you the photoelectric 2012 demo reel: had a great year last year. can’t believe how much work we did. here’s to a busier year in 2012!


Fotoshop…

11Jan12

this is pretty awesome… and so true.


and boy do i need it. we’ve been working like mad all year long and have taken almost no vacation. don’t get me wrong, its a good thing, a great thing, because it means we’ve been busy. for a brand new company, you can’t ask for anything else. we’ve paid bills, made payroll, and have […]


so not only is it thanksgiving, today also marks the one year anniversary of my employment freedom. that’s right. one year ago today i was let go from my full time and started on my new venture with joey and lisa. well, joey anyway. lisa didn’t show up till later (sorta like usual, hehehe). we […]


Rice Bowls…

11Oct11

wrapped this up right before leaving for delaware. really enjoyed working on it. the client had already established a great brand for themselves, so we didn’t do any boards for it, just animated on the fly. fun to do sometimes, and this one really just fell together great that way. great cause too. go to […]


we are in business, and have the cards to prove it. came in yesterday. they have a yellowed look to them which, while unintentional, is pretty awesome and makes them look like they have been sitting forgotten in a drawer for 50 years. works nice with our logo, too, which has an old industrial aesthetic.