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What we do.

Design & Illustration

Everything from album covers for indie bands to web sites for corporations and non-profits.


HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript.


Animation in 2d and 3d: Flash, Maya and After Effects. Visit my vimeo page to see examples.


A few projects are below. To see some recent experimental spec work click here.


Design, Dev and Animation

The Maestro and Me

Design, Dev and Animation



Gandhara Recordings

Package Design and Silkscreening

HP Screensaver


Merit School of Music

Website Design and Development


I have been designing and developing for almost 15 years.

  • 2000-2004

    Senior Designer at Digitas

    I animated and designed for Sony, At&t, Microsoft and others in Boston and in San Francisco

  • March 2006-2010

    Freelancing as Skymachine

    I worked as a freelancer for corporate clients and nonprofits. I designed the Merit School of Music website, and the campaign site for the Ali Akbar college of music. I also designed prototypes of animation for HP and more.

  • December 2011-2013

    Technologist at 11

    At 11 I developed using Drupal, Javascript and HTML. I also animated plasma displays for Times Square, and made screensavers and banners using Flash.

  • September 2014

    Freelancing as Skymachine

    While studying in the Design and Technology program at SFAI, I am freelancing again under the name Skymachine. I can't wait to help with your project!

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Mitch Greer

Lead Designer

Mitch Greer is an artist living and working in Berkeley, CA. He was born in Texas in 1977. He studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Inspired by science fiction, fairy tales, and myth, Mitch explores through traditional materials and technology, the shared space between the mystical, imagined, and scientific aspects of the contemporary world. From 2005-2012, working as International Corporation, Mitch designed and produced multimedia and sound works, performing and exhibiting as part of the duo The Lickets at the Olympia Experimental Music Festival in 2009, and at Issue Project Room in New York in 2010. In 2013, Mitch eponymously exhibited at the Limner Gallery in Hudson, NY and Platform in Santa Barbara, CA.

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