Joshua Tree, 2004 by Ted Drake Photographed with an old 4X5 camera on Polaroid Type 55 film. Inspired by the work of Satoru Yoshioka, I enjoy the surface abnormalities of Polaroid film.
For many artists, the process of creating a new piece is as fulfilling as hanging the finished work on a wall. Over the years, I’ve built many web sites for myself, but rarely took the time to enjoy the process. Several years ago, I made my last grand statement with the site that is currently […]
I’ve been working on the re-design of this site. After several rushed attempts, I’m feeling pretty good about this one. It’s based on one of my all time favorite films, La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc by Carl Theodor Dreyer and starring Maria Falconetti. I’ve used the advice of Andy Clarke and created a set of […]
I am a frustrated web site designer. In 1996, Creating Killer Web Sites introduced the world to web sites built with artistic merit. While the coding is outdated, this book continues to have a strong impact on my Internet designs. I don’t want to create pages that are strictly functional. I want to create designs […]