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Art School Awkward

The 90s were an awkward time for everyone, and I was not the exception the rule. I showed up in New York city the summer before starting art school with a backpack and sublet in my friend’s apartment. I was not then (nor now) anything you’d call fashionable. I made art with the barest of necessities, card board, collage, and rejected paint mixes from the hardware store. I like things off balance and at times... View Article

I’m Michael

In a nut shell, I’m a UX and visual designer who focuses on making sure people and computers play nice with each other. I also love working on identity design and bridging the gap between visual elegance and data delivery that is at the heart of great experiences on the web.

I hold a BFA in from The School of Visual Arts and have been designing and development websites and products since 1998.

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