Some of our latest work! MissionStaff, a long-standing client, recently had a couple new hires AND remodeled their office — which I was able to go in and photograph. The remodel turned out so amazing. Several years ago, Tim and I rebranded the company and now since the remodel their office reflects their brand and the great culture of the company. Congrats to MissionStaff and thanks to Zoe and Mike for being so much fun to photograph!
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Yep, I jumped on the band wagon and started a food blog. It’s called Middle Diner. Middle Diner was the name of the diner that my grandparents owned and after they retired my parents took over up until I was in college. I grew up in the diner and to this day my family is still part of the food industry. I don’t think I will ever own any sort of eating establishment but if I did I would call it Middle Diner and the food featured on the blog would be on the menu.
Between family, work and a few other projects that I have going on, the plan for Middle Diner is to try and post once a month. We’ll see – for awhile, it might turn into every other month. Check it out and stay tuned.
Here’s to 2011 — best wishes!
A client of mine, the Challenge Program, located on the banks of the Christina River in Delaware, started off as a boat-building program and evolved into a construction training program for out-of-school youth ages 18–21. It’s an amazing program that produces a lot of impressive works, including their new state-of-the-art green facility (they’re aiming for LEED Gold certification). The new building includes classrooms, offices, conference & shop space, and a computer room — not to mention a green roof, geothermal heat, solar panels and recycled building materials. The trainees have been involved throughout the building process and will be trained as a “green workforce.” Congrats to the Challenge Program and everyone involved for creating such an important program and for your soon-to-be completed headquarters.
1. Rain screen siding panels made from pickle barrels at the Vlasic pickle plant in Millsboro, DE 2. Classroom and Shop space 3. Trainee working 4–5. Window restoration project 6. More siding 7. Moisture barrier
I can’t get enough of the typography, illustrations, colors and textures of the Battleship New Jersey. So simple and clean.