Monthly Archives: October 2009

I Want It That Way

Speaking of Adaptive Path, these were the awesome folks who took me under their wing for the summer: My eyes mist up just watching this video. I miss you guys!

Hot damn, I’m excited. has submitted their iPhone app to Apple for approval. Their beautiful landing page for the app gives you a nice glimpse of what to expect. I did the concept generation for the learning game experience while working at Adaptive Path for the summer. We had a kick-ass team, that included Alexa, Dan, Brian, and […]

Outside In: Bringing The Outdoors Indoors

For my capstone project, I’m exploring ways to help outdoor enthusiasts maintain a connection to the outdoors when they need to be inside. Sadly, not everyone can work as a ski instructor, mountaineering guide or tree planter their whole lives. As these people make their way into the great indoors for the majority of their […]

Chainsaw Hand and Toaster and Santa for Some Reason

Mark this point in history. Yesterday was the first time in my life I had ever used a Wacom tablet for sketching. People say it takes about three weeks of concerted effort to get used to using a tablet. By the looks of things, I pretty much perfected my technique right out of the gates.

Separated at Birth

Behold: ET: The Extra-Terrestrial and the new Photoshop Logo. I gotta hand it to Adobe. They really knocked this one out of the park. I mean, look at that gloss. It just screams OS X Aqua circa 2000. Yes, yes. The logo is old news, but it’s newly interesting now that you can host this […]