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World reknowned photographer, Phil Porcella and I collaborated on the redesign of his website. Sifting through thousands of images over the past 3 decades made this project a labor of love, respect and awe.

Working with my client, thousands of miles across the world in Bangkok, Thailand was challenging, yet invigorating. This was a complete re-branding inspired by the idea that one's elements (earth, air, fire and water) in combination with your partner define the relationship. A fascinating and unique concept.

M. Silberstein Interior Design required a complete overhaul of their website to reflect the growth and creativity of the company. Still a work in progress, images of new work will be added on an ongoing basis.

Get Your Get was created to provide resources to Jewish women seeking a "GET" (Jewish Divorce) so that they are able to move on in their lives. Unfortunately, this is not always easy and in some cases can take years. This project opened up a world to me that I was vaguely aware of. I like working on projects where the ultimate reward is in knowing that what I have designed is making a difference.

This project is a redesign of a site I did for this client several years ago. When the client went bi-coastal, we needed to bring the east and west coasts together in a cohesive design. This is a work in progress and the launch will happen later this year. I have provided a link to the existing site.

The Landing is a landmark restaurant nestled on the harbor in Marblehead, MA. It is a destination for many tourists as well as locals. This redesign of their site gave them the opportunity to showcase their menus, events and style.

This start-up, is located in the heart of Dupont Circle in Washington, DC. DC Physical Therapy is a privately owned outpatient clinic specializing in orthopedic manual therapy.

To complete the re-branding of their firm, Ipswich Bay Advisors asked me to help them define their business with an online presence. Due to the extensive restrictions of all of the regulations, this was a challenge.

This pro-bono project was a true labor of love. As a member of the board of directors, I wanted to ensure that Sue's story and vision would be well articulated and understood.


Designing a website demands a collaboration between designer and client. Although extensive research and meeting with the client is important, no one knows your business better than you. The relationship between designer and client in establishing goals and expectations is the key to successful web design.

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