The new job is asking me to make quarterly trips to Washington DC, and New York City. I have no objection as I love coming back to NYC and seeing friends, even more so with the vibe to be working here again. I finally got the meet the people I work with and talk to on phone and online meetings almost daily. I think this job is going to go well.
Officially started my position with ISS today. On the south side of OU campus, the office is adjacent to the National Weather Service.
Really nice people so far, but it’s different since no one here is on my team or even in my group. I’ll probably just be coming down to Norman a few times a week unless something changes.
About six months ago, I got a phone call from a woman in NYC who once hired me for a contracting gig back in 2008. The job back then was supposed to last only a month but it turned into three months work and it couldn’t have come at a better time because in 2008, it wasn’t a good time to living in the most expensive city in the country and going through a world-wide economic collapse.
A year ago, I built and launched the Devon Energy Center website that visitors could schedule tours through the new complex as well as get information about the new building that reshaped the Oklahoma City skyline. Yesterday we launched my new version of the site that does the same and much more. http://devonenergycenter.net.
Will leave this on the front page for a little bit, I like seeing how it works. Getting better at this animation business.
I think this may be the most widely seen creative thing I have done, since it will be shown during a televised Thunder NBA game.
After a decade of procrastinating working in Adobe After Effects, I have been having to bury myself in it as of late.
Really enjoying this move to do more with film editing and animation. This is the company logo where I work.
The views from the 46th floor at work.
I started at Devon back in June 2012 but we only got to move into our new offices in August, two months later. I’ve finally got my office kinda the way I like it. I am on the 46th floor, looking over brick town. I can see my old office when I was running Outland Design in brick town a decade ago.