graphics pack in the making

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Honestly, I haven’t had time to write this case study yet. But I will. Check back for background on how Ballantine Communications,inc created .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }

The McNatt Farm

The McNatt Farm: A Man Needs to See His Land

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The McNatt Farm is nestled into the peninsula between the Maryland mainland and the ocean. I was there to do an arial survey of the fields. It was a cloudy late spring day and the corn was only a few inches high. It was around 7:00 am. There was a sweet breeze and the threat […]

Animas Valley

Sunset on Animas Valley

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A great sunset is an amazing thing. Especially when you look at it in ‘Earth Time’. That’s what I like to call my time lapse photography. When we look at the earth in “Human Time” you get a real sense of how alive the planet is. It breathes like we do. It lives like we […]

Mesa Verde

Getting Drenched at Mesa Verde

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I knew it was coming. I purposely drove 50 miles to a place I knew was going to be pummeled in rain. The place was the first scenic overlook you encounter upon visiting Mesa Verde National Park. Don’t let ’em fool ya. You don’t have to drive much farther. It’s one of the grandest views the […]

Molas Pass at midnight

Time lapse; Jet Cars and Mountaintops

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It’s about midnight and I am looking for a time lapse… I’m sitting in my rental car in one of those scenic overlooks that you find on many highways in Colorado. I love this particular place because it’s accessible by car and the views are beautiful in all directions. Molas Pass. About 5 miles south […]

Adventure Pro Badass Rockclimbing

Adventure Pro Video Graphics Pack

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The team and I are working on a new Adventure Pro website. will launch mid March, 2016. The site is filled with stories and video about outdoor adventures in the Southwest. The content team is doing an excellent job of producing exciting how-to videos on all kinds of activities like Skiing, mountain biking, hiking, […]

DGO Homepage

Case Study: DGO

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Durango, Colorado is in a state of change – and in the midst of a State that is changing rapidly. I’m VP of Design & Development at Ballantine Communications Inc. which publishes three community newspapers, and the majority of telephone directories in the 4 Corners area. Most prominent of the newspapers is The Durango Herald. It’s […]

Draft Profits Responsive Design

Draft Profits Logo and Website Design

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Draft Profits is a business that installs and maintains draught systems for restaurants and bars. They wanted an overhaul of their branding and a redesign of their website. The company not only installs and maintains these systems, they offer consulting services centered around getting the most profit from a keg of beer. This prompted the […]

DGO Magazine Responsive design.

DGO Rate Card

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Most publications that want to make money use advertising to do so. The DGO website is no exception. Each site I design and build requires an advertising page for the sales department to use before the site is launched. After all, you don’t want to debut your site with nothing but house ads. Check out the […]

DGO Splash Page

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On October 29, 2015 Ballantine Communications will be launching a new weekly tab and website. DGO is for anyone looking for the edgy side in and around Durango. They are interested in the entertainment and cultural scene and ways to spend their free time with arts, music, books, food, beer, wine, marijuana and local events. It’s a […]