We design, build and maintain all types of websites including eCommerce, static information website to advance database driven web projects. We also maintain servers and email accounts plus stats reports for our clients.
We currently handle all content and system upgrades to our client's website: walterfilm.com including provision the walterfilm server and all IT operations, new product uploads and photography, scanning, photography, copy editing and search engine optimization.
|Introducing a new member to our family, Irene Soderberg. Irene's wild and musical version of our favorite classics has earned her a place in our hearts. After meeting with Irene, we fell in love with her and rebuilt her website with a new look and content delivery system.|
|New Projects include just launched website for the Highland Gardens Hotel in Hollywood, CA.|
|In process is a new website for HueRta Fashions.|
It started in San Francisco at the Club Rendezvous, then they opened the Endup where Steve N., and I -- DJ'd for Randy Johnson and the Endup's Jockey Shorts Dance Contest (as told in the book, Tales of the City). Saturday night seemed like a long night to spin records (9pm to 2am). This photo -- is me in the DJ both in San Francisco at Dance Your Ass Off (1975). Photo credit: Max Hellweg of Rolling Stone Magazine.
My hobbies include music remixing, acting, photography and travel.
Music Edit / Sound Mix. I've been doing sound mix and remixes since the 70's when I was working with McCune Sound and with Bruce Tronson (pic below) of Tronson Sound. In the evenings I was a club DJ in San Francisco at the Endup, Dance Your Ass Off, Oil Can Harry's North and many other clubs.
You are welcome to download a few sound edits and remixes here. In 2002 we created a 1979 disco nightclub dance event, the Loading Dock Disco. The digital recording of the evening was remixed into one CD (Discology 101) with 37 songs including several remixes including new tracks.
Don't Stop The Music ...penned in 2002.
Last updated October 2012. Photo credit: Max Hellweg, Rolling Stone Magazine
I had moved to San Francisco after a brief stint in Los Angeles. Having moved from Fullerton CA in 1972, the big city of San Francisco was amazing. I was a kid in a candy store but I arrived with a nasty cold and no-where to stay. Fortunately in 1972 there was a fella (F.E. Mitchell) in SF that ran a ''home for wayward boys''.
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