Bridgland Studios Website

January 25th, 2008 by George Chan

Glassblowing is incredibly visceral art form that requires an intimate understanding of fluid dynamics. I’ve always wanted to learn how to make beautiful glass sculptures. I’m particularly interested in using the torch to make fine details for my house.

Jay Bridgland took me on as an apprentice in exchange for developing a web presence for glassblowing studio.

Freelance Gig


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Urban Forestry Education

January 25th, 2008 by George Chan

Trees are an important part of both our communities and the ecological systems in which we live, providing significant economic, social, and environmental benefits. They are as necessary as water, roads, and energy to sustaining healthy communities.

I worked with the Georgia Forestry Commission and Jim Urban to develop this interactive model urban forest. It was created to provide communities and citizens, as well as professionals in the field, with the information, tools, and references necessary to begin to plan their development with the “green infrastructure” of the urban forest in mind.

Employer: Virtually Green


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Video Archives of Goldman Environmental Prize

January 25th, 2008 by George Chan

Goldman Environmental Foundation wanted a way to broaden the audience to their Awards Ceremony at the War Memorial Opera House. We worked with their A/V team to stream a live webcast of their 2001 prize ceremony. We took the video footage and documentaries of the award winners and produced web template to archive subsequent award winners.

Employer: Ecostream


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About George Michael Chan

George is an online Marketing & Communications professional specializing in social ventures, sustainability initiatives and green entrepreneurialship.