A major milestone for any young musician is their first published work — that first collection of music that leaves their instrument, announcing their arrival to musical stage. So too is it for Nick Sieber, a talented jazz trombonist putting the final touches to his first EP, Falling, Falling, Crash. Outside of the recording process, one of the most crucial of those touches is album artwork, and Nick turned to his little big brother (me) to photograph and design the look and feel for his musical calling card.
Over the last month, we brainstormed a number of ideas around the titles of the self-penned pieces included on the 3-song collection, and went into the photoshoot with Moments Missed as our main inspiration. We shot in a number of locations amongst the industrial environs of the Perry Street Warehouse District and Genpak, … Read More »
With winter just around the corner, the winter sport scene is ramping up at full pace. Facebook timelines and Twitter feeds are chock full of reports from sport organizations and athletes as the last training sessions wrap up and thoughts are dispensed about the upcoming season. Behind the scenes, work is continuing at a feverish pace as well and along that line I’m excited to announce the release of a recent project, that Biathlon Canada has launched their new web site at biathloncanada.ca
This will be the third time I have provided the creative for the look and feel of the Biathlon Canada site, and this go-round is a marked departure from what we’ve used in the past. Created as part of the overall rebranding that I am working on with Biathlon Canada, the template artwork features bolder imagery, a far … Read More »