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    Robert Farrell and Renee Dawn are the husband and wife duo behind the New York-based music production house Musicmint where some the most haunting, whimsical, evocative scores have been composed for professional musicians, singers, and even television commercials. All original. All digital.

    “We needed to define a marketing strategy that was decisive and inclusive,” says Robert Farrell, president of Musicmint. “We knew classical music is a tough sell. We needed to not only introduce people to our work in a fresh and innovative way but show the value it has to their lives.”

    It has been a real pleasure working with Robert and Renee on this site, learning as much about the science as the art of musical composition. The site is relatively informational but includes two Flash audio players (one single song player and one jukebox) and a unique Music Personality IQ Test that actually recommends music based on your personality type. I also spent some extra time creating the Metaphysical Ignition graphic featured on the site’s homepage. But when all said and done it is the music that makes this site come alive.

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    Launched this promotional website for Gribin Construction, a Fairfield County construction consultancy that provides project management services to residential and commercial property owners. This was one of those rare occasions that we didn’t do the web design. The owner Eric Gribin came to us with comp in hand; in part, to keep the cost down but he also knew exactly how he wanted the site to look and feel.

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    I started work with Rev. Ann Emerson, an interfaith minister and founder of the spiritual outreach program The Harmony Project, to convert over 800 pages of printed material into a new website (ultimately residing here). It is expected that the site will be over 100 pages so we needed to establish a content management system not only for these documents but support for future updates, including podcast interviews, videos, and ebooks.

    The site needs to be beautiful and easy to navigate but appeal to all regardless of gender and religious orientation. The message is about being human, one people, living in harmony throughout the world. As the tagline sums up nicely: What joins us is greater than what separates us.

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    Henry Hecht was a nationally known baseball writer covering the Yankees for the New York Post. He also has written for Sports Illustrated, Newsday, the New York Times, The National, New York Magazine, the Washington Post, and Premiere. He also appeared as an on-air reporter for the NBC Sunday Today Show. In his later years he turned his talents to helping high school and college students throughout New York and Connecticut with writing.

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    Decided to post the inline Flash promo I did for Doctors Foster and Smith (pet supplies) that never saw the light of day. Plush Halloween characters for that special canine in your life.

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