August 10, 2020Comments are off for this post.

Palms Middle School Tee Shirts

I worked on a 2-color silk-screened tee shirt design for my kid's school. Turned out pretty cool.

August 23, 2019Comments are off for this post.

Eloise Dielman Memorial Bench

Here's the four-foot wide banch I designed-in collaboration with my father and sister Katrina-for my mom, Dorothy Eloise Dielman. Located at her final resting place in Mount Hope Cemetary, Baker City, Oregon with a great view of the Elkhorn Mountains. She was particularly fond of Dogwood blooms and Kate Chopin.

I'm sure she enjoys all visitors. Especially those who come to relax and bring a book or knitting for their stay.

Photography does not do justice to the view from the bench.

January 2, 2019Comments are off for this post.

Skiing at Anthony Lakes on New Year’s Eve

Yes. That is a video of me skiing down Trouble Creek on New Year's Eve at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort.

Happy New Year, everyone. Below are some scenic panoramas that my daughter Rachel and I shot at Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort and stitched together in Photoshop.

March 9, 2018Comments are off for this post.

PIMCO Hong Kong Trams – Part Deux

I just received some nice photos of the six trams and four tram shelters that we designed for PIMCO's Q4 2017 Brand Campaign blitz in Hong Kong. This is the second year in a row that Team One created designs for Hong Kong trams. Definitely a fun project to work on, and I am happy to get photos this year - though next year I hope we can get some night shots.

One side of the trams features the headline in English "We didn't invent fixed income, but we reinvent it every day.", and the other side the same in traditional Chinese. The shelters have Chinese headlines that translate to "Architects of opportunity." "Architects of ideas." and "Architects of fixed income."

It's great to see the quality printing that was done in Hong Kong with virtual supervision via digital proofing in Los Angeles. Special thanks to my design team of Brooke Barttelbort and Brian Doyle for helping out on this extremely fast turnaround project.

I just received some nice photos of the six trams and four tram shelters that we designed for PIMCO's Q4 2017 Brand Campaign blitz in Hong Kong. This is the second year in a row that Team One created designs for Hong Kong trams. Definitely a fun project to work on, and I am happy to get photos this year - though next year I hope we can get some night shots.

One side of the trams features the headline in English "We didn't invent fixed income, but we reinvent it every day.", and the other side the same in traditional Chinese. The shelters have Chinese headlines that translate to "Architects of opportunity." "Architects of ideas." and "Architects of fixed income."

It's great to see the quality printing that was done in Hong Kong with virtual supervision via digital proofing in Los Angeles. Special thanks to my design team of Brooke Barttelbort and Brian Doyle for helping out on this extremely fast turnaround project.

August 9, 2017Comments are off for this post.

PIMCO Hong Kong Trams

In Q2 of 2017, PIMCO ran a refresh of the Hong Kong Tram Wraps I designed. The new creative featured two topical headlines for PIMCO Income Solutions: "Where can investors find income in a low-yield environment?" and "Income can't wait for the right market conditions." Both in English and Traditional Chinese.

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