Large websites...
I redesiged multi-media artist Kecia Deveney's website, though she now focuses on other media outlets. The base artwork, which I tweaked a bit, was generated by an art template designer. I also wrote/edited a lot of textual content.
Band website for the Floating Glass Balls, from Cannon Beach, OR, launched January 1st of '06. The members have changed over the years, with Spud, Joel, and Bill forming a Portland-based band, The Columbians (hear them the 1st Saturday of every month in the Edgefield wine bar).
As Joyce Maynard's webmistress from June, '98 to September, '09, I generated dozens of pages for her website.
I developed and managed the RevWriter website from 2002-2008. The only thing left now is the logo I designed.
A website for another talented writer, Iowa-based Joseph Dobrian. We launched a complete redesign in February of 2010. With more books published, he has moved to a more local designer.
The Bond Street Blues Band site is now defunct, though the band lives on, performing roughly once a year. All members are busy with other projects, together and separately.
The new version of the Upper Left Edge is not as homemade-looking as it originally was when Liz Lynch and I started it in '96-'97. Editor Billy Hults achieved the speed of light in 2009, with Uncle Mike Burgess following in 2010. They are very much missed. Watt Childress, the new owner of Jupiter's books, has taken over the paper and the website.

Heather Christie Band
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Disbanded, though Heather still performs. Look for her in "One Night in Frogtown" productions, as well as on the recording which accompanies the book, written by Emmy-winning author/composer Philip Pelletier.


These are smaller, 1- to 2-page websites...
Michael Burgess and Reverend Billy Hult's last project, the non-profit Tolovana Arts Colony carries on, and is doing very well. They provide low-cost classes and workshops on a variety of artful subjects. This site was launched on January 1st, 2006, though all remnants of my design are gone.
A companion site to
Isa Haverlan's massage therapy website, done in 2004.

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