The official website for the short film Behind Bars, built using design elements from the DVD packaging.
BackStageBoston.com was developed as a working experiment in building a massive site, using the Joomla! CMS, combining a social network, forums, groups, blogs, directories, video sharing, and a news portal. The site includes user profile pages and comprehensive social networking tools.
Early promotional music video for singer-songwriter Jenn London. MiniDV footage of a live performance mixed with a previously recorded television interview. Several songs were edited and mixed together, flowing seamlessly from one to the next.
From the soundtrack to LoudSue Films’ Behind Bars, combining both a live and studio recording of the song “Someday”, which I wrote, arranged, performed, and produced, along with dialogue.
From the soundtrack to LoudSue Films’ Behind Bars, combining dialogue and audio from the film with a portion of the song “Wasted”, which I wrote, arranged, performed, and produced.
Motion graphics, titles, and animated logo used as an opening sequence for LoudSue Films projects. I conceived of and designed the logo, which combines the Yin and Yang symbol with the Comedy and Tragedy masks. I also composed, performed, and produced the music.
The LoudSue Films theme, which I wrote, arranged, performed, and produced.
Audio remixed for a New York choreographer, combining Rose Royce’s “Car Wash”, Anita Ward’s “Ring My Bell”, and Peaches & Herb’s “Shake Your Groove Thing”, matching the keys and tempos, and beefing up the EQ.
Audio remixed for a New York choreographer, taking bits from Billy Squire’s “The Stroke” and Devo’s “Whip It”, combining them, matching the keys and tempos, and beefing up the EQ.