A Fleetwood Mac fan site. I was approached to do a minimal layout and code a framework. My role was the site design and basic structure of the site . Content was left to the client. Built in PHP using XHTML. Some minor Flash work was done for the header images.
Website built for Borderland Relics game store in Mobile, Alabama. I built a custom input form so the owners could maintain the constant updates when they felt fit. Built in Wordpress.
Pouncer the Tiger
University of Memphis fan site. Pouncer is the best mascot in college sports. I did the design and coding. Built in Wordpress with several custom modifications. Go Tigers Go!
Ah Clovis. My band. Now defunct but maybe making a comeback. Homage to the late great Gil Elvgren. Take one part Wilco, one part Drive by Truckers and two parts a Saturday bender and you have Clovis. By far one of my favorite layouts. Something about the wild west meets south Alabama just hits you in the soul.
An “in the works” Wordpress theme. The name was inspired by Fugazi, one of the best American bands to ever grace us with their presence. A compliant and colorful theme that will go live soon.
Tugbucket Air Assault
Style sheet switching became what this idea was about. My love of WWII aircraft made it what it is. A pretty simple site suited for blogging at least. As an avid player of “Axis & Allies”, I just couldn’t help having Italy represented. Their lack of representation in the game is sad. I digress. A few nice fonts I wanted to use and a few nice pictures as well. That’s “Air Assault”.
Tugbucket Giant Robo
Giant Robo was real fun to make. It’s short coming is the 200k header image but that really makes it. It’s big, clunky, bright and fun. that’s what it all should be about.
Tugbucket Green Leaves
More of a departure for me than any layout so far. Clean, bright and real image light. It almost became the current Tugbucket theme.
Ian’s 30th Birthday Bash
Some people turn 30 and have a mellow evening reminiscing about their last 29 years on Earth. Other rent a bar, a band and invite a city to help usher in the next 30. Hat’s off to one of my best friends Ian. Happy getting old day.
Borderland Relics / Mobicon-X
Coupon for Borderland Relics printed on all name badges for the tenth year of Mobicon. Not a bad time seeing my work on 1000+ people.
Phil Throttle & the Pull Starts
Sample poster for a little Mobile, Alabama band. Real nice guys and some good tunes. If your into alt-country, country and country esque and your in town, you should really check them out. Dwight Yoakam cover songs are a nice finish to a long Friday night.
Riverboat Gamblers T-Shirt
An entry into the Riverboat Gamblers t-shirt contest. I didn’t win, but it was fun to make something different from all the rest of the shirts they have.
Art for Africa
Art print certificates of authentication for Art for Africa. Gary Hartney contacted me to help on the project by making certificates that would go along with the sold art pieces. These were printed and sent along with said works. For more information please go to Art-for-Africa.net to help, contribute or educate yourself on their important work.
CD Cover Design
A CD cover made for a mix tape swap. The group involved all made tapes of their favorite music from a selected genre. I chose Alt-Country. Thought a train barreling down the track was fitting since I had more than a fair share of Old 97’s on it.
That Mashed-up Photoshop Collage Effect
A question was raised on a forum I frequent of how to do the effect seen all over the web, print and television. I jumped at the opportunity to give a helping hand. This was the result. About 20 minutes in Photoshop and a small tutorial. The original poster used the technique to his liking.