Thank you for letting me tell your story, Sixers.

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Today, the buzzer will sound on what has been an unimaginable first step in my career. I can’t thank the Philadelphia 76ers organization enough for letting me tell their story for the past three seasons through social media, photo, video and design. I went places I never thought I’d go and worked with people who became like family.

If you told me two and a half years ago that I would be called upon to take flight with my favorite NBA team and capture every moment, I would have told you, “Never.” Well, it happened. It happened not because of me, but because of the support and trust of the 76ers, my family, and my friends.

I hope you’ve enjoyed their story as much as I’ve enjoyed telling it.

Thank you.

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The New Myspace and What it has to Offer Brands

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Welcome to the New Myspace! Gone are the days of feverishly stalking your latest crush, spending endless hours creating bulletins and filling out surveys that include the important questions such as “What was the last thing you touched?”

The new guys over there at Myspace have taken our old friend, added a dynamic user interface, loaded it with a robust music library and enhanced profiles to appeal to designers and musicians alike. By selecting your intended use upon registering, your New Myspace profile will enable the appropriate functions for you to do your thing (e.g. video upload for filmmakers and music upload for musicians).

Bigger and more brand friendly

Brands will have no complaints with the creative opportunity New Myspace’s 1600 x 1024 profile image yields. The new profile layout also features a 130-character allotment to describe yourself/brand.

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Despite the site being deeply rooted with it’s music browsing and sharing capabilities, users are still very much able to produce text (1024 character limit), photo and video posts that can be viewed on user’s connection feeds.  Posts can then easily be shared to Twitter and Facebook.

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