Web & Graphic Design
Our Fur Kid Angels
A memorial site for pets that have passed. People can upload their photos into separate galleries, people can comment the photos and memorials. Blog and quotes.
Research, history, and genealogy of the Grant, MacRae, and MacKenzie families. Also featured a blog, guestbook, and random inspirational quotes.
Cartoons I drew,scanned and then drew in Photoshop as vectors for cartoon animations. Flash may no longer have a place on the web, but it's still an animation dream come true.
Our Pocono Community
Looking for information and a great place to hang out and get information in the Poconos?
Well look no further than this site. The front page is a chock full of information and newsfeeds from local papers and media, message board, chat room and even an arcade.
Vixens of ClubX Calendar
For two straight years we printed pinup calendars of our Problem Adults "Vixens", the three ladies that made the place so much fun.
This logo is for my Phoenix Content Management System. It's what powers this and many other of my client's sites. Another vector-based photoshop/Illustrator design.
Punta Cana's Best
Features a booking engine and detailed reviews of hotels and resorts in the area.
Amy Rae SGA
(Site is no longer active) This was for the daughter of a co-worker running for Student Government Association President. It included a photo gallery and a comprehensive list of platforms and issues for her and her fellow candidates.
We closed the doors in 2008, but this was, more or less, the PLACE TO BE on the web these days. A full community of fun-loving people and lots of craziness here. Powered by magic and pure imagination
Features also include a chatroom, and arcade with the latest games, a gallery, comprehensive links, social networking, tutorials and more... we're not just a message board, we're a family here!
This logo was made in Adobe Illustrator with a few added vectors and the "o" turned askew to look "devilish".
The Micropolitan Project
After the tragic events in September of 2001, it became clear that the Poconos can serve as a technology hub in the event New York City was ever attacked again. In February of 2005, The Micropolitan Project was born via Stephen Washington, Jon Jorgensen, Robert Bennett, and many other movers ansd shakers in the Pocono Mountains of PA. I was their artwork/web guy.
Melissa Corea - Re/Max of the Poconos
Using my Real Estate database script, new features include Pocono Record headlines, and IDX/MLS listings database integrated with their links, listings and school information.
It's no coincidence that both sites are identical (...at least appearance-wise. The content makes them completely different),. This was toward the end of my tenure at the Pocono Record, and Peggy agreed to the same layout as Melissa, making my work that much easier.