I am a designer living in Beverly Hills but often wishing I was living somewhere else, like on the water and where there’s a new language to learn. I like interactive communities, be it PTA or Twitter. I am a big fan of my family, traveling, college football and soccer. Someday I want to finish my master’s, a PHD, and teach. I want to help people. Wherever. However. That’s my goal.
I’m not really on the same page with all of the other parents in my town, and certainly not living the fast-paced lifestyle of the young thirtysomethings either…so, I satiate my communal need by driving long distances to hang out with friends and family, and by spending time connecting with people on:
Twitter is a micro-blogging platform that I use to connect with designers, illustrators, marketers and PR professionals. And some friends, too.
You all know this one, whether you like it or not. 90% of my FB friends are “real-life” friends. I don’t accept every friend request, religiously.
I’m a music junky, and Last.fm coupled with iTunes, Blip.fm, HypeM & Musicane give me all I need. Last.fm is essential though folks. Try it.
I’ve tried to pay more attention to my LinkedIn profile over the last year or so. It’s important to network with a career-driven purpose in times like these.
I‘m starting to make art again. More on this shortly.
I used to own Go Farm, and before that, 417north, and before that, I worked for (mt) back in the good ole’ days. I currently am the Creative Director at tech-startup Break Media, also own Humanity Snowboards (w/ my buddy and long-time client Ryan Monson from Monson Snowboards and Daniel Malmrose), and help my wife with her fashion blog Style Pantry and the digital part of her new fashion line, WeWe Clothing.
I have recently begun building a complete retrospective portfolio. Please find some recent and archived projects there. If you want more samples, email me: greghuntoon [at] gmail dot com.
I’m always down to talk, give feedback and critiques, and/or contribute to articles. So, please drop me a line with any questions you might have.
In a good way,