How I Met Your Style (HIMYS) is a collaboration and photography project that offers intimate portraits of tastemakers, up-and-comers, and cultural influencers around the world.
With a penchant for cultural aesthetics and impeccable style, How I Met Your Style (HIMYS) is a Hong Kong based blog that is a combination of beautiful film photography features and visual reportage. It offers the only source for both intimate portraits of up-and-comers, tastemakers, and cultural influencers in their home as well as trend spotting on the street, at parties, and at exclusive fashion previews. Concocted from the combined forces of two photographers who have an eye for people who have a spirit of their own, the images capture the essence of lives that shape the landscape of style across the world.
The blog has been referenced by editors (Vogue Paris, Teen Vogue US, WGSN) and blogs worldwide as one of their favorite sources of fashion inspiration.
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We transformed one of the large billboards in Times Square to become an interactive experience where visitors on the street can interact and play a
virtual dunk tank game.
Visitors to Times Square are shown live on Clear Channel's massive HD screen, thanks to an HD camera placed nearby. They are then introduced to two characters, and are prompted to vote via Twitter for whom they most want to see dunked. The chosen individual finds him or herself at the mercy of the crowd, who then work together to hit a virtual beach ball into the target, thus sending the dunkee into the water.
The campaign launched with a live event at Times Square during Memorial Day Weekend. Thousands of visitors engaged with this unique mobile, social, and big screen experience. Since launching the event, Clear Channel has seen an increase in traffic from live and digital experience.
The Scion Surface Experience is a unique interactive installation for the 2011/12 Auto Show season that enables exploration of the brand's product, racing and cultural affiliations in an unexpected way.
The Scion Surface Experience is a unique interactive installation for the 2011/2012 Auto Show season that enables exploration of the brand's product, racing and cultural affiliations in an unexpected way.
JUXT created eight cards that interact with a touch-based Surface table. When a card is placed on the surface, the table reveals photos, video content. When the card is flipped over, it triggers a piece of a song (e.g. beats, bass or vocals). Placing all eight cards on the Surface at the same time plays the full song and gives guests a chance to remix the song in their own way.
Role - Motion Designer
This is the largest multi-touch installation ever at a North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The wall is made up of three 82" displays with a multi-touch mount for interaction.
The Toyota Vision is the largest multi-touch installation ever at a North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The wall is made up of three 82" displays with a multi-touch mount for interaction. The displays communicate with each other so you can interact from one to the other. Once all three screens are aligned with the right content, a giant experience video is played on all three screens.
See that silhouette on the screens? You know who it is!!!
iPad app for the new Lexus CT200h
The Lexus CT200h is a pretty tech-centric vehicle. So we created an equally tech-centric experience for the iPad. To help showcase the campaign idea of breaking convention, we created a completely unique iPad experience, providing product information, videos, a 360-view gallery featuring 84 HD images, and editorial content. Bucking the tradition of application-styled interfaces and buttons, we created a finely-crafted, unconventional iPad experience.
Various web projects back when flash was cool. My role specialized on motion design and animation,
all work done at Juxt Interactive