: :  technology

At some point in modern history technology became antithetical to design. The thinking that "to be done well it must be done by hand" was too popular in the 80's and 90's and infected architectural practice and schools like a fungus. The feelings linger even to this day despite the fact that, at one time, even a pencil was a technological advance. Technology is a tool, a doorway, a bridge to goals that couldn't be reached otherwise. CREATiVENESS is dedicated to employing the most productive technologies and teaching others how to do the same.

Do you need a single BIM workstation? Looking to outfit your office of twenty with the fastest machines? Configuring a tight budget for your team across the country? Attempting to motivate a client with an edgy presentation? Hoping to manage your existing IT resources cost-effectively for the next year?

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CREATiVENESS and find options you didn't even know existed.



: :  photography

Architecture school required tons of studio time but when I wasn't parked in front of wads of yellow trace I'd be found behind my camera. For five years I worked for Andrews University's Public Relations Department and managed a team of photographers for the last three. Those were the days of E6 and my Minolta 9000 was the only one on campus.

Today, I still leverage some of the same glass but in the digital realm. Architecture, travel, both corporate and modeling headshots, portraits, beauty, glamour and fashion. Select weddings and events too.

Landscape and nature images have been best sellers at past exhibitions.




: :  360

After years of exploring multi-image compositions in the pre-digital age I began investing in equipment to create wider views both to enhance the "thereness" of certain images and to provide more detail. These include ultra-high resolution standard images as well as fully immersive 360 degree environments. The Philadelphia Museum of Art and Philadelphia's Mural Arts Program are two of the larger organizations we've worked with on these projects - capturing nuances that could not be otherwise achieved.



: :  design

Sixteen years of service have yielded almost as many accolades and almost all of them have been for graphic design and architectural design. Graphic Design: USA has awarded CREATiVENESS six different times for print and web projects. The very first award was for my entry in the Washington D.C. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Competition. Almost a thousand international entries and the fledgling firm's design was ranked immediately after that of Kohn Pederson Fox.

I'm still pursuing select design projects both solo and in collaborative efforts - graphically, photographically and architecturally.




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