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This is an interactive training module for Toyota University for the Lexus CPO program-- basically an e-learning module. It has dynamic video narrators, 3D menu systems, and interactive backgrounds. The opening-doors ...

Lexus CPO

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Website for a video production house-- they wanted an interactive landscape, all After-Effects Camera movement style. Link to ...

SkyScraper Productions

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This website is for a super classy tequila lounge in Chicago, every page has a gorgeously scripted drawing-animation bground. Launch ...

Salud Lounge

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Webpage for Michael Brunswick, a Los-Angeles based painter. Features all kinds of wacky Flash goodies, such as an iTunes coverflow emulator, a dynamic space generator, and various video ...

Michael Brunswick.com

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This website was for the design arm of Unilever midwest, so Kraft, Elizabeth Arden, Calvin Klein, Suave, Thermasilk, Wishbone all became my clients, in a corporate octopus kind of way. I had full freedom to design and ...

Project 9x Website

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Micro site for an interactive promo project for the "Sweeny Todd" movie. This project ended up being turned into a very cool wallpaper generator-- you could create layouts and add text, then save the image to your ...

“Sweeny Todd” microsite

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Had to deliver a "kick ass, action oriented" site for a Sony Playstation game. This was the first time I saw a laptop used as a rendering platform, and the first time I ever worked with a PC running windows 98. Not so ...

“Wild Arms 2” for Sony PlayStation

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Micro site for the "Sarah Connor Chronicles" tv show for Xplay, or G4, or both-- I think there was some crossover. The most fun part was animating all the transitions in forward and reverse, synchronized with the ...

X-Play Microsite for G4 TV

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[caption id="attachment_40" align="alignleft" width="500"] Johnny Boy Chicago[/caption] JB Chicago was a design firm I worked for about two years. Super cool crew, the designers were skillful (Xtina and Kira, don't ...

Johnny Boy Chicago