From 1999 to 2015 I worked on a 25,000sf trade show booth for Sony Electronics at the annual National Association of Broadcaster’s (NAB) Convention held annually in April in Las Vegas, NV. The continuously evolving and iterative designs won awards and have introduced hundreds of products and technology solutions to the Broadcast and Professional markets.
A shorter blog post about a recently completed project and some musings on experiential design.
A blog post about multiple exhibits around the Georgia State Capitol building that I worked on starting in 1999.
Kicking off 2018 with a blog post about a recently completed CES booth design.
A photo-blog of a recently completed project.
This blog post is something I'd like to do every once in awhile. Rather than create a separate “news” section for my site I will condense a few projects into a single post. These quick little bits are news about current projects I’m working on and updates on some projects I worked on in the past that are moving forward in one way or another, some after several years of dormancy.
Second blog installment in a series of posts talking about some of my first exhibit design projects in 1999.
The first post of 4 on several projects in and around Atlanta, GA circa 1999. This post documents my role in producing the final exhibit rendering and design assistance for a historic battle flag display room at the Georgia Capitol Museum.
A full circle bog post talking about the first exhibit project I ever worked on and one that I had to leave before production 16 years later.
A board game project I worked on early in my career as a Product Designer doing concept design and development.
Blog post featuring my first professional design project, a series of catalog designs, and sharing some of my favorite graphic design resources.
Part 2 of the Biography blog series, talking about finding direction very early in my career.
Feeling Nostalgic as I anniversary my 18th year working as an exhibit designer and taking time to reflect on a project I worked on for many of those years as they continue to expand open new exhibits.
Part one of a two-part series highlighting some of my early creative works and how I started down the path of becoming an exhibit designer.
Blogging about my return to the Las Vegas Convention Center show floor at the 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show after a 3 year hiatus. Photos of my favorite booths, my latest project, and some other fun finds.
This blog will use the loosely chronological documentation of real-world work examples from a life-long career in exhibition design as a basic framework for delivering relevant content.