February 22, 2014

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Show the process

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I do these drawings. They are detailed. Whimsical. Obsessive. And, I like to think, beautiful. I get a mixed reaction when I put them out into the world, but I’m slowly building a following of fellow doodlers, obsessives, lovers of pattern and sketchbook fanatics.

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September 22, 2013

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9 Days in Utah

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A few weeks back, I took some time off to go back to Utah and soak up some nature. Along with my two friends Gino and Paul, as well as my brothers, Rick and Tony, we proceeded to cover a lot of ground and get a taste of what Utah had to offer. We weren’t disappointed. Below are pictures from Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse State Park, The Needles, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Enjoy.

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September 9, 2012

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What does your bookshelf say about you?

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What does your bookshelf say about you? That is in interesting question recently posed in The Guardian. That got me thinking about my collection. Could you make an accurate judgement about who I am as a person by viewing my collection of stories, biographies and visual scrapbooks? My, wouldn’t that be a cool application to create? If one is out there, do let me know.

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September 3, 2012

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Occasionally clients don’t pay. So how do you deal with it?

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Once upon a time a graphic designer got hired to do some work for a client. He did the work. He didn’t get paid. The end.

Sound depressingly familiar? I bet it does.

If you work long enough in the design business and you will come across a client who won’t pay. You may be halfway through the work. You may be completely done with the work. You may even have given them a discounted rate. Doesn’t matter. It will happen. Possibly more than once. What matters most is how you deal with it. And how you learn from it.

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