Our ad-hoc team was given a small budget, six weeks development time and complete autonomy to come up with a competition platform built around Vail Resorts' signature product, the Epic Pass. Together with rock star Drupal dev Gergely Varga, we created this socially-driven microsite where racers posted resort visits on a quest where each of the first ten finishers won an Epic Pass for life. Travel + Leisure magazine awarded this project for Best Use of Social Media (Attraction).
I've always been fascinated with architecture. In the last few years photographing residential interior design projects for Basements & Beyond, I've been impressed with their ability to create functional, innovative and entertaining designs from a space that is typically an afterthought. This image is from a basement remodeling project north of Denver.
"For more than a month this past summer, a 28-year-old man from Colorado Springs survived alone in the southern Utah desert on little more than plant roots and river water. Will LaFever was on a personal journey to repair a life broken by misunderstanding and misfortune. Fixing himself, though, might cost him everything." Read the feature story by my friend Robert Sanchez and view my accompanying photos in the April 2013 issue of 5280 Magazine.
5280 Publishing Inc. extends its brand in the Denver market, producing the shelter title 5280 Home. Recently, I photographed friend and editor Cheryl Meyers for the April 2013 issue.
Basements & Beyond, Denver's leading home remodeling company, was struggling with market awareness of their comprehensive capabilities and service-first beliefs. I drafted a script, shot photography, shot video and edited this short introduction to the company. View video on YouTube.