Phoenix Children’s Chorus

Phoenix Children’s Chorus

Phoenix Children’s Chorus (website)

Full self managed website. The client can add pages in any configuration and design they wish.

In addition, we have extra functionality in a completely self contained and password protected members only page.


Active Calendars for all choirs.
Media uploads for music / theory assignments.
Smart-phone management for each choir’s individual page.
Slider connects all important pages to the front page.
Full Social Media implementation.
Full SEO.
Fundraising forms, and music examples.
A group maintained blog.


Robert LeSage, Glass Artist, Canada

Robert LeSage, Glass Artist, Canada

ROBERT LESAGE, Glass artist in Canada, hired me to do his store site.

Robert’s work is mostly one off, so he makes a piece and then sells it. We added an order form for people who want something specific. We added a commerce module, and populated it out.

I also created the logo that has been now been used for identity and banners.


Home page has product for sale, and can be adjusted to show different types of product – from those items on sale or items that are specialty, to any other configuration.

Robert LeSage

The most important page of a website is the “About” page.

My minimalistic style lends itself to a very open, and airy feel to the site. This holds the graphics to a standard and keeps the imagery popping.

About   Robert LeSage 2


Michel Beauchamp, Montreal Photographer

Michel Beauchamp, Montreal Photographer

Michel Beachamp is a commercial photographer in Montreal, Canada. After a decade of wedding photographer, he is moving his target toward editorial and commercial clients. We worked together to create a new, more elegant look for his website, and I created a new logo for him that shows off his quirky, fun side.







We chose a graphical/mosaic approach to show his work. Something about that wall of exciting imagery helped sell his bright, and dynamic approach to making images.


Portraits for Prayer

Portraits for Prayer

My friend Keith Taylor needed a very simple, elegant sit for his Portraits For Prayer project. Keeping the page minimalist in design as well as the constant white background, the black and white images that Keith created really pop.

I was even featured on the site.

Rob Davidson Photographer: Website Design/Portfolio Flow

Rob Davidson Photographer: Website Design/Portfolio Flow

Working with Rob was a fantastic experience. We wanted an easy to update, clean and modern theme for his photography. The theme had to compliment the style of work that Rob creates for musicians and the music industry the world over.

The website features mosaic gallery style, and a very smart, responsive design.


A view of one of his portfolio pages. Mosaics are quite popular with art directors and editors.