Over the weekend I took a short trip up to Salem, MA to check out the events going on around that city. Despite not having any ghost show up in my photos and a pretty disappointing haunted house (no one even ran after us and we only saw 2 guys in a scream mask the whole time) it was still a fun trip. Personally, I think the things that are around yearly such as the local stores and houses are far more interesting than the quick Halloween set-up shops. If anyone is planning a trip there be sure to check out Ye Old Pepper Companie, Americas oldest candy company that’s been around since 1806 and also the Derby Square Book store, the place is over filled with books tilting all over the place. More photos on my Flickr.
I’m honored to announce that another project that I worked on this year, MTV Hive, has picked up a silver in the W3 Awards.
NY Times has an interesting set of photos series titled City Geometry, Seen From Above. The photos are all aerial shots of various places in New York.
I’m excited to announce that MTV Music Meter has won the FWA Mobile of the Day Award.
Last night I attended the MTV Music Meter event held at the Samsung Experience Center at Columbus Circle. The event was to debut the app for the Samsung smart tv’s which I worked on a while back. Prior to the event, I had the opportunity to work on some animated bumpers and visuals that would be displayed all around the store. There was also a surprise performance by Class Actress who put on a nice private show.
LIFE Photo Archive is a very impressive collection of photographs dating back from as early as 1970’s to today. I think I could spend hours browsing through all the images, many of which are unpublished therefore are now available for the first time.