It Doesn't Matter Where You're
All of Us Have a Story to Tell.
Perhaps you need a creative lead for a design project, or someone who can code a bit plus perform web admin, or an all-round design/production person for a few months. Doesn't matter, I can help tell your story.
As the sole inhabitant of the Other World, I craft, assemble and jettison a wide range of communications for individuals and organizations anywhere conscious beings exist. You can view a selection of my work plus additional background on me here in the Other World.
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Much can be learned by studying pulsars. Light emanating from pulsars is one topic of study. Scientists study the light to better understand pulsars, and by extension, man’s place in the universe. As for man, who will forever seek new ways to reach or touch one another, a Stanley Kubrick quote resonates,
We Must Supply Our Own Light.
Two endlessly absorbing subjects of study. Among cosmic objects in the Universe, Pulsars possess some qualities that I find similar to man: Both endlessly intriguing; Both pack a lot of punch for their size; Some pulsars, like some men, are more energetic than others; And, both continue to be examined closely by mankind.
Here in the Other World, you will get know more about me and what I can do for you. And, if inclined, you can also learn more about pulsars, and what they contribute towards how man better understands his place in the universe.
NASA and SpaceX are where it's at!
There are two main points that should be emphasized about the different types of electromagnetic radiation (radio, microwave, infrared, visible light rays, ultra-violet, x-ray, gamma ray).
The sequence from longest wavelength (radio waves) to shortest wavelength (gamma rays) is also a sequence in energy from lowest energy to highest energy. Learn More...
Understand Fundamentals Plus a Bit More. Used in professional setting.
Solid within Specific Workflow
A quick, ready imagination. Capable of functioning effectively alone or within a team dynamic. Concepts develop freely and equally between words and illustration - traditional and vector-based.
Print & Digital Production
Seasoned print/digital production artist. Have created a wide range of collateral - program guides and billboards to print ads and bus sides. Insightful knowledge of type fonts, colour and structure. Also worked on a large format art commission: Final art piece - 87-feet wide by 15-feet high.
Traditional and vector-based. Created everything from general interest cartoons, ad agency and concept sketches to commercial and editorial illustration. Clients included Young & Rubicam, Gartner Grasso (Los Angeles), Cactus Productions, Erickson College and Aaron Spelling Productions.
An informed understanding of various design approaches and effectively mixing mediums. Solid editing and colour correcting images as well as masking, cloning and image composition. Comfortable researching and implementing workflows that increase productivity by maximizing automation of common steps on projects with large image archives.
Web Design & Admin
Google AdWords & Analytics
Possess a good understanding of the fundamentals. Ran a couple small campaigns with limited scope. Currently studying both AdWords and Analytics to be a Certified Professional.
Branding - Identity Guides
Have studied the evolution of logo development and identity manuals. Worked with clients in various sectors who demand strict adherence to their Identity Manuals - from the United Nations Development Program to Broadway shows like MAMMA MIA! and CHICAGO. If an organization doesn’t control their image and how it is perceived, the public will.
The majority of my video editing experience is with iMovie. Created a few videos with it including a 3-minute promotional video for a highly successful European dinner, theatre, cirque-styled show rebranded for the North American market. In the past, I have briefly used Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro. Studied DaVinci Resolve 12 for colour grading.
I am the sole inhabitant of the Other World. Great view, huh.
Photo - Surface of Mars. Courtesy NASA.
What are "Soft Skills"? It describes an individual who is capable of critical thought, common sense and is also personable. This person would also be articulate, creative, accountable, versatile and a quick study. Incredibly, these qualities, which seem pretty basic, are increasingly hard-to-find in 21st century humans.
Today, a number of businesses recognize this problem after-the-fact. The person brought in as a new team member actually worsens their communications problem, or creates a new communications’ bottleneck within the organization. I believe Soft Skills are essential, timeless - much like humor, which travels well across all society, races, cultures and in any era.
Pulsars are spherical, compact objects that are about the size of a large city but contain more mass than the sun. Pulsars aren't really stars — or at least they aren't "living" stars. Pulsars belong to a family of objects called neutron stars that form when a star more massive than the sun runs out of fuel in its core and collapses in on itself. This stellar death typically creates a massive explosion called a supernova. The neutron star is the dense nugget of material left over after this explosive death.
Even More Here... A concise, informative slideshow.
Neutron stars are typically about 12.4 to 14.9 miles (20 to 24 kilometers) in diameter, but they can contain up to twice the mass of the sun, which is about 864,938 miles (1.392 million km) in diameter. A sugar-cube-size bit of material from a neutron star would weigh about 1 billion tons (0.9 metric tons) — "about the same as Mount Everest," according to NASA. The gravitational pull on the surface of a neutron star would be about 1 billion times stronger than the gravitational pull on the surface of the Earth.
Neutron stars are formed when a massive star runs out of fuel and collapses. The very central region of the star – the core – collapses, crushing together every proton and electron into a neutron. If the core of the collapsing star is between about 1 and 3 solar masses, these newly-created neutrons can stop the collapse, leaving behind a neutron star. (Stars with higher masses will continue to collapse into stellar-mass black holes.)
Most neutron stars are observed as pulsars. Pulsars are rotating neutron stars observed to have pulses of radiation at very regular intervals that typically range from milliseconds to seconds. Pulsars have very strong magnetic fields which funnel jets of particles out along the two magnetic poles. These accelerated particles produce very powerful beams of light. Often, the magnetic field is not aligned with the spin axis, so those beams of particles and light are swept around as the star rotates. When the beam crosses our line-of-sight, we see a pulse – in other words, we see pulsars turn on and off as the beam sweeps over Earth.
Even More Here...
A concise, informative slideshow.
TATLOW & RAWLINGS - Apostles of Paine
Tatlow & Rawlings spawned the "Common Sense Movement" to reclaim the American republic.
I originated the concept, produced all creative and graphics, wrote most of the copy and coded website using the W3.CSS framework - smaller and faster than other CSS frameworks; supports modern responsive design (mobile first) by default; provides CSS equality for all browsers; provides CSS equality for all devices.
Tatlow and Rawlings
Created the Riddleworks site using a Wordpress Theme.