IBR.US sells inflatable boats, outboard engines and parts for racing, rescue, and special operations.
As Director of Marketing, I am responsible for overseeing photo/video, web/graphic design, social media, and art direction. Since 2014, I have overseen everything from race photography and boat graphics to social media and overall communications strategy.
SETH GLIER is a Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, a talented multi-instrumentalist, and a great collaborator.
Since 2016 Seth Glier and I have collaborated on a range of projects.
The first time I worked with Seth was at a community fundraising gala in Easthampton, MA. At the time, I was working on New City, and he wanted to learn about local history. Our conversation became the background for his historically grounded performance as host of the event. Since then, I have worked with Seth on everything from music videos to engagement photos.
JUSTICE FOR ALL
To accompany his song ‘Justice For All’, Seth asked me to produce a video to project during live performances. I dug through the (figurative) crates of YouTube and compiled/edited a series of archival and contemporary clips that complemented the themes of social justice and protest that drive the song.
When Uncle Bill was in the late stages of battling cancer, Seth commissioned me to film a performance of ‘When I Go Away’ with his uncle’s gospel group. The performance was cathartic, the experience was transcendent, and I can only hope that my video captured a fraction of the beautiful reality. [LINK]
Dreamhouse is a multimedia body of work exploring personal and social constructs of home, through abstractions and visual deconstruction of domestic spaces.
By focusing on familiar elements of domestic spaces like home decor, exterior, and interior design, the work provides a relatable point of entry for an in depth investigation of abstract concepts often associated with home.
Nicole LaChapelle ran for mayor of Easthampton, MA in 2017.
As the campaign’s staff photographer I was on location documenting public events. I also produced media for press and public relations, including formal headshots, editorial coverage, and an introductory campaign video.
As We Know It is an autobiographical fiction documenting a personal encounter with the universally symbolic experience of coming of age. The loss of innocence that comes with maturity is paralleled by a literal loss, and the compounding struggles to cope become intertwined. Drawing characters, settings, and situations from real life, the story is a narrative exploration of the state between adolescence and adulthood, and the universal attempt to understand our own mortality.