first West Kensington, then Putney Bridge, WC1 and now
W1 - just off of harley street...
finally settled on W1 since I can skate all over the place easily.
london's been pretty kind to me workwise.
spent a few weeks at foresight, a film pr company so got
to work on
the latter marks the web's first real use of shockwave streamed audio, whose sound quality shits
on realaudio. also, I get to say as seen on TV about one of my
things for the first time in my life...Movies Games & Videos screened the shockwave full screen on
Saturday 7th September 1996.
after that we get DNA where I did more shockwave...
zanussi and Cheltenham & Gloucester
so it's an insurance company - i did some cool things for them.
oh I spent a hell of a lot of time on the phone.
In fact I quickly realised that the best thing about being a freelancer is that you get to abuse company
priviliges such as faxes, phones, photocopiers - in a major way - plus you get paid for it.
did the open book shockwave for kpmg...it's cute - but not useful.
started hanging out at cyberia - only cause I lived near and they
didn't mind me blading at work...and did the society section of the mtv europe music awards
spent three cooold weeks in NY working on the Totaltour - doing lots of coding and lots more standing around...