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Port of Everett-Photography

Posted on: October 6th, 2014 by Joe No Comments

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This past summer I had the pleasure of assisting the Schell Design Group (see more of their work here) to help document their work on a large project with the Port of Everett, in Washington State. The Schell Design Group designed the location of signage, the Port’s wayfinding (designing a system of navigation), historical placards, interactive displays and organized the production and the installation of the signage. Enjoy a few of the pics from the project below.

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Kite Boarding-Wind, Water and Guts

Posted on: August 19th, 2013 by Joe No Comments

I recently spent an afternoon out on SF Bay with Kite 415, the only IKO (International Kiteboarding Organization) affiliated school in San Francisco, to get an idea of how to get out kiteboarding on the bay and just how easy it is to do. Senior instructor Ovi Banuta and his professional team were friendly and helpful while offering lessons, with jet-ski assistance and radio helmets for beginners and more advanced riders; they also offer stand up paddle boarding.

We started out by getting a wet suit on–because of course, the Bay is not the warmest water in the world. Then, it was out to our dry land lessons, where we became more familiar with how to fly. After that it was out on a jet ski and into the water.

Find out more about the Kite 415 operation here. Check out the gallery for a visual walk through their process and some shots of the high flying action.

Bosavi Headlamps Marketing Material

Posted on: August 19th, 2013 by Joe No Comments

This past spring I had the opportunity to work with Dan Freschl, Bosavi Headlamps inventor and entrepreneur. Here’s a bit about the headlamp

“This headlamp is designed around a lithium-ion battery and optimized for USB recharge-ability and top performance. It charges up to 80% of full capacity in about an hour and lasts up to 65 hours.

The Bosavi Headlamp’s USB rechargeable battery is equivalent to 900 AAA batteries over the lifetime of the product. Bosavi can be easily recharged in the field from a wide variety of chargers including solar, power pack, and AA Battery Chargers.”

Buy one on Amazon here

And Special thanks to good friend Gabe Phillips for running around town with me and taking photos-