Back before I got all old and creepy I did time in a series of really embarrassing, big hair, glam bands. Photos from this era ensure I will never run for public office. After years of abuse, my liver decided to leave the music business and pursue a career in design, I grudgingly followed.
I’m currently the Head Honcho (and Janitor) of Yellowfish, a goofy little web and print design company. I’ve also weaseled my way into some nifty partnerships with Private Practice and the Wine Guild of Charlottesville. Lurid details of these exploits are down below.
If you would like to work with me or just tell me what a remarkable (and humble) hunk of man meat I am, contact me at 434-996-6783 or email davismichael at gmail dot com. Your are dismissed.
Yellowfish is the bizarre little graphic design studio I run. For over a decade we’ve duped some of the smartest companies in the world into working with us. Big throbbing Fortune 500’s and wee tiny startups are equally smitten with our enigmatic charms.
The talented designers I hire to make me look good deserve all the credit. Instead, I give them stale cigarettes and homemade Tequila. My advice to any aspiring designers is to consider a career as a condiment. Most people like mayonnaise more than an hipster designer. Mmmm…mayonnaise.
Private Practice makes the #1 selling electronic charting software for maternity care providers. I’m responsible for product design and marketing.
Building good software is hard. Impressing people who witness child birth regularly is even harder. Fortunately, we’re good enough to pull that off.
I’m too busy to write anything else here. Just imagine that this last bit is incredibly profound and life changing. Now, go outside and get some sun. You’re wasting your time here.
I’m a major wino…just ask my liver. When my wallet began to bitch I knew I had to find a way to pay less for great wine. Along came The Wine Guild. This ingenius group is a private buying co-op that saves our members an average of 25% off the normal retail price of wine and gourmet food.
As a board member/co-owner, my duties include drinking wine, telling bawdy jokes, and letting the air out of that whole “snobby wine guy” stereotype.