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The following images are from roles where titles included art director, senior designer, interactive designer, photographer, etc. I've notated the image with title, organization and client. Please assume my role included the traditional definition of the title(s) and, context dependent, multiple hats are assumed.

Many of the projects I have worked on are bound by very strict non-dosclosures act agreements (NDAs). I am more than happy to discuss any single project and my responsibilities to every extent possible under the NDA agreement - including processes and teams I directed or managed. The following images are a small sample of work I have done.
microsoft, windows 8.1 app - senior user experience designer.
microsoft, windows 8.1 app information architecture - senior user experience designer
5 senses - art director.
earth economics, sell sheet - senior user experience designer
earth economics, kiosk - senior user experience designer
eco design, logo - art director
thinking cap, logo - art director
astarte biologics, brochure - art director
horton, lantz ∓ low. client: vail - senior interactive designer.
saltmine. client: microsoft kiosk - art director
saltmine. client: microsoft. kiosk illustration & graphic bits - art director
microsoft, developer division VSX logo - senior designer
microsoft, developer division visual studio 2010 user interface - product designer II
microsoft, developer division, visual studio 2010 poster - product designer II
axispoint, ofJapan website, user-experience designer
axispoint, mandy and allie custom wordpress site, user-experience designer
AIGA seattle, design camp, web director (pro-bono)
tovolo, package engineering & art director
tovolo, package engineering & art director
tovolo, sell sheet. art director
tovolo, package engineering & art director
hosting boxes, package engineering & art director
artist monograph - art director/designer
global partnerships, event catalog - art director/designer
horton lantz & Low, banner ad - senior interactive designer
horton lantz & Low. client: intel, flash banner - senior interactive designer
eddie bauer, flash banner - senior designer
Ponary, Lithuania - Documentary Photographer

This image of the Nazi burning pit of exhumed bodies at the Ponary massacre of Lithuanian Jews been used in numerous publications ranging from the Times of Israel, travel sites as well as recent historical articles relating to this site - including articles on an escape tunnel discoverd in 2016.
bbfm creative (now radar works). client: microsoft, dvd takeaway - senior interactive designer
saltmine. client: microsoft, kiosk - art director
Ponary, Lithuania - Documentary Photographer

The Silent Forest of Panary.
You will find that no birds nor any other inhabit the space of the Ponary massacre. The attrocites have inscribed them selves in the DNA of the wildlife and to this day sentient beings avoid the site.
This image image is available through the Wikipdia Commons and has been used on over 50 sites world wide: ranging form historical sites to travel sites.
Okopowa Cemetary - Warsaw - Documentary Photographer

Okopowa Cemetary.
The Warsaw Jewish Cemetery is one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe and in the world. Located on Warsaw's Okopowa Street and abutting the Powązki Cemetery at 52°14′51″N 20°58′29″E, the Jewish necropolis was established in 1806 and occupies 33 hectares (83 acres) of land. The cemetery contains over 250,000 marked graves[1], as well as mass graves of victims of the Warsaw Ghetto. Many of these graves and crypts are overgrown, having been abandoned after the German invasion of Poland and subsequent Holocaust. Although the cemetery was closed down during World War II, after the war it was reopened and a small portion of it remains active, serving Warsaw's small existing Jewish population.
Sanno Shrine Nagasaki - Documentary Photographer

These images of the Sanno Shinto Shrine have been used in numerous publications and websites. Notable is the Tori, with one leg remaining and the Camphor tree; The upper branches of two huge camphor trees at Sanno Shrine were broken off by the force of the bomb, after which they lost all their leaves for a time and were thought to have died. However, new leaves sprouted and they continue to grow even today. The trees were designated as "living memorials" by the City of Nagasaki in February 1969.
 
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