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Hi everyone, I'm in the process of changing over my video hosting services, so please be patient as the the video section and video content is being rehauled. If you would like to see a particular video, please contact me. Please also note that the contents of this website have not been updated for years now. I will try to redesign and update before 2008 ends.

The new day job - SinglePoint.

Some of my work at the old job, helping with web development at a design firm called Engine Interactive. Feel free to take a look at their website and clients.

A few years ago, I was busy running multiple websites for the Teen Futures Media Network, based in the College of Education at the University of Washington. Take a look at some of the websites: tn_medtr_emc_vcd_disk_singl
Medtronic Physio Control's VCD project is now posted on the website.  Video clips of the menus can be found in the Business Film Archive / Clips section.  Additional photos and designs for the VCD covers and disks can be found in Artwork Gallery 7.
The tn_youthSection was created in early 2003 with one primary objective - to share videos produced by children in the local area that I've had the privilege of working with.  Since then, I've gotten a positive response from the children and from the community.  You may have seen some of the videos on the local public access channel (77/29) during their youth programming hours.  I'm currently working to bring an even a greater presence to these talented kids in the near future.  In the meantime, go to the section and take a look at the new video created by the kids at Montlake Elementary School.
Absolutely Clean's website has been redesigned.  A few years ago, I did desktop publishing and web designing for their company.  I decided to redesign their website to keep the html coding fresh in my head.  It's a very basic and user friendly website.

UPDATE !  "News Article Weekly" has merged with the "Did You Know..." section below.

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I Heart Huckabees
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Napoleon Dynamite
 

D i d Y o u K n o w . . .
  • Lobbying for Golden Globes Is a Hollywood Ritual "There is little question that members of the association would get little attention if they did not have the Golden Globes. During awards season the rumor mill buzzes with anecdotes of the members' behavior."
  • The Same River Twice:  "And I also can't help feeling left with the question: if someone has that much talent, why would they bother with a remake? Why not make something new? Worst of all, I'm concerned that the second question answers the first."
  • An interesting article on how you can learn to run your business by watching movies.
    "5 Academy-worthy business movies"
  • One Film, Two Wars, 'Three Kings':"Three Kings" is about a new way of seeing war. A $50 million studio film with major stars, it's a combination heist comedy, conversion melodrama and combat thriller; but the genre conventions are merely a springboard for Mr. Russell's true subject. Again and again, he uses color, sound and surreal interpolations to break through the viewer's movie-fed, CNN-filtered, rock-'n'-roll-fueled dissociation. With its jarring mixture of tones, "Three Kings" was not a box-office blockbuster. But it looks more and more like a classic.

M o v i e o f t h e W e e k
 
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1999...wow, what a year for movies.  It was a year for "groundbreaking greats" and summed up as "the year that will influence 21st century filmmaking."  It brought us "American Beauty", "The Matrix", "The Sixth Sense", "Fight Club", "Three Kings", "Being John Malkovich", "The Cider House Rules", "The Insider", "The Hurricane", "Run Lola Run", "The Limey" and the list goes on and on.  So out of all these great movies, why mention "Notting Hill"?  To be honest, it just happened to be one of the DVD's I borrowed from a friend to watch again.  Again eh?  So what was your first impression of the movie?  I can't remember.  I think it was one of those weeks where I watched about 3 Julia Roberts movies and they all just fused together into one, making it difficult for me to distinguish between a pretty woman, a runaway bride, or a stepmom.  In any case, I don't remember it being much of an influence, but I thought I would give it another chance and I'm glad I did.

 
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