Joey Cavella started designing websites in 1994 at the birth of the internet. With Nerve.com, Leary.com and Sonicnet.com, he has designed what you might call the sex, drugs and rock n' roll of the web. After garnering much praise and numerous awards throughout the dot-com era, Joey now runs JoLo Studios a boutique design & web development company in the Hudson Valley.
Freelance Flash Developer
2003 - presentBuilt Flash & HTML5 banners & modules for IBM, Kodak, Lotus, Ameritrade and other major corporations for Ogilvy Worldwide in New York. A sampling can be found in Joey's portfolio.
Creative Director, Nerve.com
1997 - 2002Single-handedly designed, built and launched the award winning site Nerve.com in 1997. Oversaw all aspects of design through five major redesigns over five years with a staff of seven designers and programmers. Happily accepted a Webby award in 2000.
Co-Creator, Lead Designer, Leary.com
1994 - 1996Designed and launched Dr. Timothy Leary's official website Leary.com in 1994. The site was one of the first websites to introduce three-dimensional site navigation using photographs of Dr. Leary's home to create a virtual walkthrough of the house. Happily accepted People Magazine's Cool Site of the Year award in 1996.
2002 Accepted into the Producers Guild of America
2000 Webby Award - Nerve.com
1999 Entertainment Weekly's "30 Most Beautiful Sites" Selection - Nerve.com
1996 People Magazine's Cool Site of the Year Award - Leary.com
Nerve.com was featured in the book Web Design That Works. (Rockport Books, 2001)
1991 Bachelor of Arts in Film from California State University Long Beach.