Recent, and not so recent, work

Earlier this week I put live a new website for Jaywick Escapes, a film by long time collaborators somewhere.

In doing so I realised I've been really busy for the last year, but seemingly have nothing to show. I've been working on a few bigger projects which will be launching shortly, and have been all consuming. Along the way I've been doing lots of updates to existing client sites, and I've manged to fit in some small new projects as well.

First of all I've failed to mention the Floating Cinema website in my news, even though it's lurking in my portfolio, which though now past will be making a return later this year. Since then I've also produced an updated version of Colchester Inn for Public Works was created, complete with an in exhbition interactive for the Knick Knack Cloud component that allowed people to hear stories by swiping the knick knacks over and RFID reader; a portfolio site for film editor Adam Mufti; a portfolio site for artist Rebecca Rendell; done an exchange of services produce a promotional website for my friendly heating engineers, A1 Boilers, who saved me from a cold winter two years in a row; created a petition website to help Aleksandra Mir put Freddie on the Plinth; and finally, created a music download site for experimental musicians Squares and Triangles.

Amongst all that production work I've been working with Cornerhouse and Grizedale Arts on getting them up and running with a live HD Video streaming setup as a part of the Arts Council's 'Broadcast Project' research initiative into how arts organisations can use high end video equipment to broaden their audience reach. And working on these other big projects, and a couple of others that didn't quite make it ... yet.

So not had much time to keep this website updated.

published 2012.03.23

Recent, and not so recent, work

Earlier this week I put live a new website for Jaywick Escapes, a film by long time collaborators somewhere.

In doing so I realised I've been really busy for the last year, but seemingly have nothing to show. I've been working on a few bigger projects which will be launching shortly, and have been all consuming. Along the way I've been doing lots of updates to existing client sites, and I've manged to fit in some small new projects as well.

First of all I've failed to mention the Floating Cinema website in my news, even though it's lurking in my portfolio, which though now past will be making a return later this year. Since then I've also produced an updated version of Colchester Inn for Public Works was created, complete with an in exhbition interactive for the Knick Knack Cloud component that allowed people to hear stories by swiping the knick knacks over and RFID reader; a portfolio site for film editor Adam Mufti; a portfolio site for artist Rebecca Rendell; done an exchange of services produce a promotional website for my friendly heating engineers, A1 Boilers, who saved me from a cold winter two years in a row; created a petition website to help Aleksandra Mir put Freddie on the Plinth; and finally, created a music download site for experimental musicians Squares and Triangles.

Amongst all that production work I've been working with Cornerhouse and Grizedale Arts on getting them up and running with a live HD Video streaming setup as a part of the Arts Council's 'Broadcast Project' research initiative into how arts organisations can use high end video equipment to broaden their audience reach. And working on these other big projects, and a couple of others that didn't quite make it ... yet.

So not had much time to keep this website updated.

published 2012.03.23

Portland Works

Early in December 2010 - just before I went on paternity leave - we launched a new website for Portland Works, an integrated metal works in Sheffield which is fighting for it's survival as a space for craftspeople, artists and small business to thrive. The tenants of Portland Works are attempting to raise funds to buy the building, run it as a co-operative, and restore it to it's former glory, whilst keeping it as a working building. We are happy to have been commissioned by Sheffield University to build this website to try and keep local crafts alive and developing.

published 2011.01.20

Portland Works

Early in December 2010 - just before I went on paternity leave - we launched a new website for Portland Works, an integrated metal works in Sheffield which is fighting for it's survival as a space for craftspeople, artists and small business to thrive. The tenants of Portland Works are attempting to raise funds to buy the building, run it as a co-operative, and restore it to it's former glory, whilst keeping it as a working building. We are happy to have been commissioned by Sheffield University to build this website to try and keep local crafts alive and developing.

published 2011.01.20

What I've been up to

It's been a busy year, but I haven't really said much about what I've been up to. As ever I am working on multiple projects in parallel, all of which seem destined to be launch later on this year. I've also been doing a lot of website maintenance on existing projects.

Things I've done of late that haven't been announced on here are the website for the Rhyzom network, a refresh of somewhere's website, a number of updates to the what will the harvest be website for the new growing season, a re-freshing of the layouts on my personal website�and an update to Rossi & Rossi's website to represent their classical artworks, and the first phase of the Lawson Park Electronic Library, created with Guestroom for Grizedale Art's Lawson Park residency space.

I've also been setting up some new servers and migrating sites and email to new places, and carrying out a large number of updates to my CMS framework.

Currently in progress is work on:

  • Afterall�- updating it to represent their advertisers better, to apply more functionality to their article layouts, and to hook into the subscription system provided by University of Chicago.
  • Spatial Agency�- refinements of the database, and working on the mapping of connections between the various practices.
  • Grizedale Arts�- extending the documentation of their contributors and works, and creating a visualisation of how their activities interconnect.
  • Lawson Park�- building the backbone of a small social network to help residents at the space to document their activities whilst staying there.
  • International Village Shop�- A web representation of the various experiments and models of shop commerce carried out by a range of groups I collaborate with; public Works, somewhere, Grizedale arts and Myvillages.org
  • Colchester Inn�- Extending public works�website representing the various strands of action for the current phase of this project.

I've also recently been commissioned to work on a number of new projects:

  • Portland Works - A website to represent a historical Sheffield building and the makers who work there, and to help them in their aim of buying the building and preserving the space.
  • Office for Contemporary Art Norway�- Redevelopment of their website to freshen it up and make the content more accessible
  • Florian - website for Austrian Jewellery designer and maker
  • Agri-Cultur - A new website representing various art projects that are connected to agri-culture and farming.

So, keeping busy. Hence why so quiet with the updates!

published 2010.07.19

What I've been up to

It's been a busy year, but I haven't really said much about what I've been up to. As ever I am working on multiple projects in parallel, all of which seem destined to be launch later on this year. I've also been doing a lot of website maintenance on existing projects.

Things I've done of late that haven't been announced on here are the website for the Rhyzom network, a refresh of somewhere's website, a number of updates to the what will the harvest be website for the new growing season, a re-freshing of the layouts on my personal website and an update to Rossi & Rossi's website to represent their classical artworks, and the first phase of the Lawson Park Electronic Library, created with Guestroom for Grizedale Art's Lawson Park residency space.

I've also been setting up some new servers and migrating sites and email to new places, and carrying out a large number of updates to my CMS framework.

Currently in progress is work on:

  • Afterall - updating it to represent their advertisers better, to apply more functionality to their article layouts, and to hook into the subscription system provided by University of Chicago.
  • Spatial Agency - refinements of the database, and working on the mapping of connections between the various practices.
  • Grizedale Arts - extending the documentation of their contributors and works, and creating a visualisation of how their activities interconnect.
  • Lawson Park - building the backbone of a small social network to help residents at the space to document their activities whilst staying there.
  • International Village Shop - A web representation of the various experiments and models of shop commerce carried out by a range of groups I collaborate with; public Works, somewhere, Grizedale arts and Myvillages.org
  • Colchester Inn - Extending public works website representing the various strands of action for the current phase of this project.

I've also recently been commissioned to work on a number of new projects:

  • Portland Works - A website to represent a historical Sheffield building and the makers who work there, and to help them in their aim of buying the building and preserving the space.
  • Office for Contemporary Art Norway - Redevelopment of their website to freshen it up and make the content more accessible
  • Florian - website for Austrian Jewellery designer and maker
  • Agri-Cultur - A new website representing various art projects that are connected to agri-culture and farming.

So, keeping busy. Hence why so quiet with the updates!

published 2010.07.19

Rossi & Rossi Gallery Website

I've recently completed a new website for Rossi & Rossi, a London gallery who specialise in Contemporary and Classical Asian artists and artworks, from traditional Sculptures, Thangkas and Masks through to contemporary originals, prints and photographs from leading artists.

published 2010.02.22

Rossi & Rossi Gallery Website

I've recently completed a new website for Rossi & Rossi, a London gallery who specialise in Contemporary and Classical Asian artists and artworks, from traditional Sculptures, Thangkas and Masks through to contemporary originals, prints and photographs from leading artists.

published 2010.02.22
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