Always go to the highest authority
If there is someone higher in the ladder you can speak to, speak to them. If they can’t change it or help you then no one below them can.
My undergrad, personal & freelance work ( Jan 2006... →
So this is all the stuff that’s been lurking on my mac - just sitting there with no one to look at it. So I decided to put it here so that everyone who wants to can have a look. It’s some of the stuff that I did in my 3 years at Vega, some of my personal stuff, some of the stuff I did for a church while I was there and some work that I did for money, before getting a position at...
A Short piece of motion graphics inspired by and dedicated to all pixels.
Do what you can, with what you have, where you are– Theodore Roosevelt
Forget your tools
I bought a windows netbook this weekend that just gone by. I love mac, or I love mac. What I realised is that your tools don’t make the difference - it’s your mind, your heart and your creativity that make the difference. If you rely on your tools, or your reference, to be creative, then, well, you’re not that creative. We all have a degree of creativity in us, and we need to...
I'm not a hoarder
I’ve changed. Again. I don’t want to be a hoarder. I don’t want to keep hundreds and thousands of other people’s cool videos, images, quotes, links to cool sites and other cool shit. I want to be a creator, a maker and I definitely don’t want to become a thief, or reliant on reference to be creative. I think inspiration should happen naturally. I think walking down a...
What if there was no advertising?
If people were not exposed to advertising, telling them how out-dated their stuff was and telling them what new stuff they must get, do you think they would care how old and out-dated their stuff was? They might not have the desire or craving to buy new stuff all the time. They also might not buy anything unless they really needed it. Wouldn’t i t feel good to be content with what you have?
What if products were made to last?
If products were made to last and be eternally stylish, then we wouldn’t need to buy stuff all the time. One car per life, one bike, one table, one bed, one stove, one set of chairs, one TV, one washing machine. What if there was no such thing as planned obsolescence?