July 5, 2010
So hblakeedwards.com is going under a much needed and much-anticipated facelift thanks to the help and consultation of Adah Design Collective!
New layout, easier navigation, and most importantly…new work!
I’ve had the pleasure of working with some great people on some great projects in the past several months. Several on-air promotion pieces for Halogen alongside motion graphics ninja Josh Hollars and some fun pieces with designer David Bristow Stanfield under the name Ed*Field Pictures.
Here’s a sneak peak screenshot of what’s to come…
October 18, 2009
March, huh? Has it really been that long?
Well, consider this my most diligent return to the interweb and my alleged homepage.
Most recent project collaborations have been with David Stanfield of the Adah Design Collective on the stop-motion video front. We were both excited and greatly inspired by stop-motion artist, PES whom David and Adah co-founder, Eric Hurtgen saw at this past Spring’s F5 conference in NYC.
The makings of our maiden voyages into the stop-motion world will be posted under PROJECTS before I head to NYC myself this week to support my friends, Public Radio, who are performing at the CMJ Music Festival in Manhattan; as well as rub elbows with professional voice over talent, Sharon Feingold, who you’ve heard on MTV, Animal Planet, and HGTV, just to name a few. Sharon has been doing a knock-out job on voice-overs for a new network called HALOGEN, launching on digital cable this October 24th. I’ve been doing a lot of promotional video work in preparation for the network’s launch, alongside a creative team that could wipe the floor with any other creative team willing to challenge us in a game of flag football.
ps – check out new addition to the COMMUNITY page: artist Joseph Mathis. Forget stock wall art from Target and IKEA…get something original…
March 21, 2009
I know. This site is in desperate need of updating.
Thank you to everyone who has still been coming and enjoying. Rest assured, I’ll have some updated nuggets sooner than later.
In the meantime, enjoy these photos by my good friend and producer/editor partner-in-crime, Neal Slimick. He’ll treat you right. Make sure to check him out at: http://nealslimickphotography.blogspot.com/