NEWS AND MUSINGS
Color coding in Hitchcock’s Vertigo A key element in filmmaking (or any visual medium) that helps create the look is how color is used. Not in the grade, but color palettes in production design. Wes Anderson is probably the most obvious current practitioner. Even in seemingly naturalistic presentations, a close examination shows most films/TV shows […]
And other adventures in AI “art.” Like everyone else working in content and media, I’ve been messing around with AI art and text. There are some thorny questions around automating human effort the ethics around how the machine was trained. Others have weighed in so I won’t here. I was mostly staying away, and then […]
I grew up in Berkeley, California a few blocks away from the famed restaurant, Chez Panisse. Opened in 1971 by Alice Waters and Paul Aratow, it has always maintained a rigorous adherence to an ethos emphasizing high quality, locally sourced and in season ingredients prepared with a French influenced technique. There’s a formal dining room […]
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John is one of the most strategic creative thinkers I know. Not only can he create beautiful work, but he always focuses on the business problem to help the client’s bottom line.- Pauline Oudin, Managing Partner at Gradient
Working with John has undoubtedly been one of my greatest professional experiences. From his clear-headed guidance to his astonishingly bright insights, he has helped me become both a stronger leader and a more strategic thinker.- Beth Levine, ACD Publicis Kaplen Thaler
John commits himself to his clients, to his agency, and to the quality of creative he directs on their behalf. Having him on board makes your team smarter, your agency stronger.- James Talerico, President/ECD Heartbeat