I've been building and designing web sites since before the animated GIF. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) most of my work is no longer available due to the ephemeral nature of the web. I've linked to the last of what's currently available and put up screen shots or working copies of some of the rest, with descriptions of what role I played on each project.
A selection of scenes, models and animation tests, with notes on techniques and features of special interest. My most complex and recent piece is the Wedding Invitation pictured above.
Interactive work that predates the World Wide Web. In 1991 I made an elaborate resume/portfolio for myself (as Type T Design) using Macromind Director. Before that I got my introduction to the computer graphics world by doing the illustrations, package design and some scripting for King Frog, a children's HyperCard stack.
I was the primary developer of several Filemaker Pro databases for Woodland/BizDat, and have also written a lot of Transact-SQL stored procedures for SQL Server 7.
I've selected some of the more intersting and fun pieces that I've done, including the invitations that Ann and I did for our own wedding.