Finally! We’ve been so damn busy bolting from one shoot to another that we’ve had a tough time getting our new site live. But alas, with a hard push in the past two weeks, we’ve been able to launch a refreshed www.chasejarvis.com As you might imagine, it hasn’t come without significant efforts from our internal staff–especially Kate, Scott, and Julian (whose bios you should check out on the staff page of the new site)–but also from our contracted support Finn McKenty and Craig Swanson, who both deserve huge shout outs.
Finn has been responsible for most all the chasejarvis.com work for the past 6 years or so, and is an over-achieving design wizard. He’s won numerous design awards, including at least three for work he’s done on my stuff (Best Website PDN Photo Annual 2004, Best Website PDN Photo Annual 2006, Nikon/PDN Self Promo Awards), but a few others as well. From high-end print design, to website development, to databases, to motion graphics, Finn is amazing. I’d recommend checking out his design work at www.everythingwentblack.com AND, perhaps more importantly keep up to date on his insightful blog called Lightheavyweight, to which I subscribe.
Craig Swanson, founder and principle at www.creativetechs.com is also an incredible talent. In addition to spearheading our IT support–which is no small task, considering all of our studio’s technology needs–he’s almost entirely responsible for pulling together this blog and our ‘press’ page on the site. We’re priority service clients of his (which I can’t say enough good things about–he’s saved our bacon a million times). If you are at all interested in Mac/Photography/Design/Computer stuff, I highly recommend subscribing to his Quicktips newsletter/blog. We’ve put to use so many of his Quicktips I can’t mention them here. Check out the archives when you have a spare couple of minutes.
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Was just checking out your first blog post and wanted to check out the blog and website of Finn. Both his websites are not online.
How could somebody doing so great, go out like that? Of course he might be online now under a different URL.
Great blog you have and thanks for sharing with the world.
All the best,
Came back here to see what you been doing when you first started out!
We gonna come eye to eye soon then your gonna shake my hand and say well done.
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