It’s been awhile on this series but I’m beyond stoked to feature one of newest colleagues, Lucas Anderson, as the latest profile feature for People You Should Know. You can also catch Lucas @ldavj. As a visual storyteller, do you feel that our culture of rapid social communications is compromising or helping elevate visual art?   […]

A few weeks ago, a friend determined that it was time for me to finally get active on Instagram. Following the app’s launch, I used it a bit but eventually went static out of sheer laziness. It’s easy for that to happen these days. Regardless, returning to the app with a rekindled desire to engage […]

Whoa, whoa, stop right there. I assure you that is not yet another 2010 social media trends or 2011 forecast post (those will come later). Although this blog focuses 98.9% on social media and online marketing, I simply have too many interests and hobbies not to broaden post topics a tad. With that, here’s a […]

Earlier today, my coworker passed along one hell of a powerful example of storytelling. A simple tweet from @davidblaine that reads: Clicking through on the link leads you to this image. It’s hard not to get choked up looking at that photo. Now think about the intense message delivered through that single shot and minimal […]

Note:  This post also appears on Waggener Edstrom’s Thinkers & Doers blog. I’m a sucker for time-lapse photography. In fact, the moment I come across the phrase “time-lapse” online, I’m already clicking through to check out the linked content. Powerful, quality images are, of course, key assets to consider for any digital storytelling initiative. Stand-alone images serve […]