Smartphones are a great resource. They give us access to the internet wherever we are, allow us to check in with social media, emails and friends online, and provide entertainment through games and interesting (though sometimes pointless) apps. But smartphones have a dark side too. They give us access to the internet wherever we are, allow us to check in with social media, emails and friends...
In November 2011, I found Smashing Magazine's 'Desktop Wallpaper Calendar' post which showcased calendars created by its readers that you could download and use as your desktop wallpaper. Every month since then, I have found and downloaded a calendar which has become my desktop wallpaper for that month.
Earth Day (the 22nd of April) is a day meant to "increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth's natural environment" (Wikipedia).
I thought I'd do this by creating a video presentation of the Earth and all its wonders, but in a way that brings praise and glory to its Creator. God created this planet and everything on it, and it's His work we're appreciating on Earth Day.
In 2008 my church wanted to re-design Cre8 to be 'new and fresh'. This advertisement strove to express that with vibrant colours and moving background (a first for me).
The music is called 'My Name Is Lincoln' by Steve Jablonsky from 'The Island' soundtrack.
This is the first official trailer (advertisement) I created when my church started a new creative workshop - Cre8. This trailer (unlike a previous 'teaser') provided information about what Cre8 was, giving examples of the different styles of creative design.
The song is called 'Resurrection' from 'The Passion of the Christ' soundtrack by John Debney.
It all started in high school. I stopped running around with my friends at recess and lunch like I did in primary/middle school and started playing chess in the library. This is also when I discovered my love for computers. Now there's nothing wrong with chess or computers, but I believe the amount of time I spent with them was what started me down the path of inactivity and weight gain.