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Ron Domingue is the artist and writer of Hotel Whiskey Tango. He is also the co-founder of Epilogue, LLC. Hotel Whiskey Tango marks Ron's first creator owned graphic album. He's has previously worked at Wildstorm in San Diego and the defunct CrossGen in Tampa, as production artist and designer respectively. An accomplished designer and interactive strategist having worked with high profile clients and companies such as Naked Pizza, Apple, Happy Cog, Trumpet, OPEN, Stuller, AIGA, etc. He studied History and Fine Art at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and currently resides in New Orleans.
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This month Matt Duhe and Joe Solito, high school seniors from the Satellite Center in St. Charles Parish, will be discussing the creation of a mobile app that utilizes augmented reality and 3D animation. They will also be sharing their current work for the official New Orleans Hornets’ app.
About Matt and Joe:
Matt Duhe and Joe Solito are high school seniors from the St. Charles Parish Public School System currently attending the Satellite Center in Luling. Last year they completed the Digital Media course and this year are enrolled in the Independent Study Of Technology course.
They started this school year by creating an augmented reality application to help promote a local high school rivalry football game called “The Battle on the River”. Through the use of 3D models and animation, the app gave users the unique experience of bringing a 2D poster to life by simply scanning it with a smart phone.
The pair is currently working on several projects, one of which is the creation of “The Mobile Hive”, which is the official mobile application for the New Orleans Hornets.
Outside of school, they have teamed up with two talented friends to form their own multi-media company called StudioVictus. Since forming the company, they have quickly found themselves with a multitude of local clients.
Both students plan on attending college to continue their studies. In the fall, Joe will be studying Mass Communications at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a focus on Media Advertising and Matt will be pursing a degree in Business Management at Louisiana State University.
Jess Planck will speak to us about things WordPress, including themes, multisite installations, etc. Jess is currently the Web Manager at Nicholls State University (http://www.nicholls.edu/webmanager). His personal portfolio can be found at http://funroe.net.
NOMMUG :: February Meeting :: Photoshop Touch + Show-n-Tell
This month we'll be demo-ing the just-released Photoshop Touch for iPad as well as taking a look at Adobe's other iOS offerings. Also bring your latest work to show us what you've been up to! Or maybe a nagging question that you'd like to put to the braintrust!
This month Rick Snow, visiting professor in Tulane's Department of Music, will be talking to us about his digital compositions and other music, particularly with respect to audio spatialization and installtion performances.
Rick Snow is a composer, teacher, researcher and organizer based in New Orleans, Louisiana. As a composer he seeks intersections between dimension, expression, metaphor, and process. His music has been performed in many venues in the United States as well as selectively in Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, and the Czech Republic. A few of his most recent works include Iris/Shiver -a performance work for audio/visual instrument, Old Windows, New Worlds -a performance work for midi keyboard controlled, surround sound computer instrument, Postcards, Islands, Elegy, Distance -an orchestra piece commissioned by the La Jolla Symphony commemorating Charles Darwin's 200th birthday, and Fenceless Fields of Grain -a percussion 12tet commissioned by Pierre Boulez and the Lucerne Festival Academy Percussion Ensemble. As an educator he has taught music theory, history, technology and composition courses at Tulane University, The University of California, San Diego, the University of Alabama, and the Brevard Music Center. He is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Tulane University and a Ph.D. candidate at UCSD where his primary mentors have been Philippe Manoury and Chaya Czernowin.
Jason Saul is a research and production associate for American Routes (www.americanroutes.com) from American Public Media.
Jason will present on the technology behind American Routes the nationally syndicated radio program produced in New Orleans and hosted by Nick Spitzer.
September Meeting :: Catching Up and Poster Judging
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