I designed an interactive for the Democratic and Republican National Conventions to hold all the Washington Times written and multimedia coverage. I designed them to be very similar with Obama on the left and McCain on the right of the layout. The navigation remains the same in each interactive though. Click on an image to check … Continue reading Convention time!
This is a small interactive that I did to compliment a Washington Times special section on the 100th anniversary of the FBI. The basic function of the interactive is to be an index of all the articles that appeared in the special section. The project was completed using Flash CS3. Click here to check it … Continue reading 100 years of the FBI interactive
I recently developed a multimedia/interactive package for an investigative report that was a collaboration between The Washington Times and ABC News. The story was on the Veterans Administration testing drugs on Iraq war veterans that volunteered for certain VA studies. The goal was to combine the story (written by Audrey Hudson), video (by Christian Fuchs), … Continue reading Washington Times/ABC News Interactive
6/6/08–I photographed testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. The photography was for the American Motorcyclist Association who’s vice president for government relations, Ed Moreland, testified about the management of off highway vehicles (OHV) on public lands. Click here to view the press release. Continue reading Photos on The Hill
The other day I had a shoot with the VP of Government Relations for the American Motorcyclists Assoc. It was just a standard portrait type deal but the one cool thing about it was I got to take the photo on the roof of 101 Constitution Ave. (for you DC folks that the cylinder shaped building that has a great unobstructed … Continue reading American Motorcyclist Association shoot
I got to create a Flash minisite for the Pope’s visit to the US for The Washington Times. The site consists of about 20 .swf files that load into movie clips in a opening “shell” (for any Flash people out there). The Washington Times photo staff did an awesome job. To check it out, to … Continue reading The Pope!