Projects tagged: artist-showcase

These are projects meant to showcase and archive the work of visual artists.

All projects are categorized. to see the categories.
launched: Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The objective for this project was to create an application that would engage users and allow them to easily navigate through Richard's significant body of work. I wanted to create an attractive interface that did not clash with the works on display. Hopefully I have succeeded. I love Richard's work. If you get a chance to see some of it on the side of a building or in a gallery take the opportunity to do so.

This Drupal site replaces the html site that I designed and built for Richard Tetrault in 2006.
launched: Tuesday, May 8, 2012

This site replaces a large html site that was a beautiful thing in its day, but became almost impossible to keep current. This is a Drupal 7 site. The visual design is based on the previous site.
I completely reworked the structure and presentation to allow for easy content creation and updating. This was a fun project, an exercise in information architecture and functionality.
launched: Thursday, December 2, 2010

This is a showcase site featuring immersive photography and a video blog by Andrew Semple.
The image locations are mapped and the 360° interactive images are displayed in a Flash viewer in a modal window.
launched: Friday, November 28, 2008

This is a very simple html e-commerce site that sells only one product.
This is one of the few sites that I a have done that I take credit for the graphic design. The design for this is minimalist bit I am happy with it.
launched: Saturday, March 1, 2008

I did the initial theming and Drupal functionality for this site when I was doing contract work for Agentic Communications. The graphic design and wireframes were done by Emily Birr.
launched: Wednesday, December 28, 2005

I did this a long time ago for my friend Richard Tetault. Richard makes beautiful art. 
He is a muralist, painter and print maker.
launched: Tuesday, September 20, 2005

I developed this site a long time ago for my friend Elaine Brière. I helped her organize her work to get it online. This site needs updating as Elaine has done a lot of works since this went up.