…I am Ed.
My name is Ed Adams, and I’m a designer, an illustrator, an artist, and if you want to play the title game - I’m an Art Director. I work in the NJ / NYC metro area and create things that people look at everyday; on the street and on the internet, I’ve worked on projects with the big budgets of fortune 500s to less lucrative jobs for bands and record labels. I thrive on both print and interactive; I’m able to handle everything from concept to flash development and I can act as a liaison between creative and technology with my working knowledge of both backend and frontend code [hopefully saving everyone a few years on their life expectancy]. I’m painfully organized, obsessed with “a christmas story”, and I can’t stand it when my glass coffee table has smudges. Ultimately, it all comes down to one thing: I love to make pictures.

If you’d like to talk about what kind of picture you need made [static or interactive], or you just want to talk about my typography, drop me a line at ed[at]flickertoflame.com and we can sit down, drink some tea, and have a chat.

Plus, you can always track my every move @ twitter (if I’m not being lazy) or head on over to LinkedIn for more professional info. Plus, you can always view the main purpose of flickertoflame.com: my portfolio.

nitecrawlersA good friend of mine, Kevin Higgins and his co-pilot in filmmaking, Mike Salerno, are embarking on their second feature length film, entitled “Nitecrawlers” as you can see above. Their first feature, Plasterhead, was an independent success (on small-budget, indie standards, of course) and this time around they’re hoping to increase the stakes just a bit in this “coming of age horror tale”. Lucky for me, I was approached to do the branding for the film, as well as some Art Direction as they move into production. Needless to say, I’m stoked to be working on something like this, since it’s rather new territory for me, but gets me just as pumped as record layouts and music-related design.  I’ll keep updates on additional material as I move into new projects with them – in the meantime, keep up with their production details on their blog @ http://nitecrawlersmovie.blogspot.com/

One Response to “Nitecrawlers: the logo”

  1. My name is Gary Jennings. I had some of my music in the first movie Plasterhead. If I can help you with this one ,I would be honored. I think its great Mike is doing another movie.

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