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Joe Cordes

PRESIDENT, AUTOMATE SCIENTIFIC

“I can’t speak highly enough of Dave’s web design and production work. He has been a huge asset to our small biotech electronics company. Great guy.”

Jovino

OWNER, BUNNYWAREZ CLOTHING

“David is an outstanding designer and developer. His eye for detail is top notch. He has a fantastic demeanor and is an absolute pleasure to work with.”

Michael McColl

FOUNDER & CEO, MCCOLL COMMUNICATIONS

“Dave is my first choice when I need web design help. His first drafts are better than the final product I’ve seen from other designers.”

Nikki Lastreto

ACTIVIST & CO-FOUNDER, SWAMI SELECT

“David is smart, creative and translates tech-speak into plain English. His strong planning ensured we stayed on budget and completed our project in a tight timeframe.”

Absinthia Vermut

MBA & CO-FOUNDER, NICKEL DIME

“I’ve known David for nearly two decades and have enjoyed working with him many times on a variety of projects. I highly recommend his professional services across art and historical archiving, media relations, and conference production.”

Tara Bartholomew

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BAY AREA CRISIS NURSERY

“When you give him a vision of what you want, the end product will far supersede your expectations. In addition to his ability to produce impeccable design work, David also brings his warm and enthusiastic personality to projects, making him an ideal employee and colleague.”

Jeremy Henderson-Teelucksingh

MASTERS HUMAN RESOURCES & MASTER OF ARTS/COUNSELING

After more than 20 years in HR and employee engagement, Dave Marr stands out as one of the most talented, creative, and thoughtful people with whom I have worked. I highly recommend Dave to you on any project that requires creativity, constructive feedback, and thoughtful execution.

Epiphany Jordan

AUTHOR

“Not only was my site beautifully designed, but he made many suggestions about things to add to help me boost my business. He is one of those rare designers who has both great visual aesthetics and technical skills.”

Andie Grace

WRITER & PRODUCER, BURNING MAN PROJECT

“From creating video content to web design to event production teams, David is always at the top of my list for go-to talent across a wide variety of skill sets and industry sectors. Plus, while skilled and professional, he always brings a positive attitude that makes working together fun.”

Brenda Scarborough

OWNER, ENERGY HEALING & INTUITION

“David listened to me carefully to identify what website functions I would need to run my business in the way I envisioned and found the right components to fit. ”

Eva D

OWNER, EVA D EDIBLES
“David does a great job of exploring the vision in your mind of what you want, and translating it into something even better than you’ve imagined. I trust him to make me look good!”

Michael McConnell

UX, GOOGLE
“David Marr is very experienced, properly educated, and a designer I can depend on.”
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BIO

Marrvelous.com is the portfolio of David Marr, visual artist, internet marketing consultant, photographer, and short filmmaker (Marrvelous Films).

Since 1997, this alumnus of the AADA and Academy of Art University has worked in many creative and eclectic spaces including working for renown marketing and advertising agencies Think New Ideas, Razorfish and AKQA. He has also worked for notable companies such as space agency NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), department store chain K-Mart, audio product entrepreneur Monster, arts & cultural event Burning Man, and internet pioneer Netscape.

In 2002, David received a Webby Award nomination in the category of Community for his work on the Burning Man website. Webby winners are selected by The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), a global organization of industry experts and technology innovators.

From March 2018 to January 2019,  the Smithsonian American Art Museum featured the “No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man” exhibit at the Renwick Gallery. David’s graphic art logo is included with many others. On April 26, 2019 the exhibition moved to The Cincinnati Art Museum, and where it will remain until to Sept 2, 2019. From there, it heads to  Oakland Museum of California, from Oct 12, 2019 to Feb 16, 2020.