This is my site. I'm Jeremy J. Sewell, a NYC-based interactive producer.

I've been working in marketing and interactive for over 7 years. I've worked at some great agencies and also cofounded a couple startups.

These days, I'm gainfully employed as an Interactive Producer at True North, Inc. and I live in Manhattan where I enjoy being part of it all.

In my spare time I take on strategy, branding, design, and code projects here and there.

  • Center for Antiphospholipid Study
  • Center for Antiphospholipid Study Homepage
  • Center for Antiphospholipid Study Research
  • Center for Antiphospholipid Study Research Contact

The Center for Antiphospholipid Study

I (like most people) had no idea what antiphospholipid antibodies were when I started this project, and that was the point.

1-5% of the general population produce antiphospholipd antibodies (aPL), which (unlike normal antibodies) attack and cause damage to many organs. With associations with many common coagulation conditions, Antiphospholipd Syndrome (aPL) is also known as Hughes Syndrome, or “Sticky Blood.”

The Center for Antiphospholipid Study (CAPS) in Connecticut specializes in identifying and treating patients with antiphospholipid antibodies (aPL), antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) and related coagulation illnesses. CAPS wanted to ask the question online: Is it APS PERHAPS?

CAPS needed a logo, a brand, and website to promote their services, educate visitors, and serve as a reference tool for physicians and patients.

The site highlights the Center’s achievements and misson while serving as mission control for their patients and visitors searching for information related to their illnesses.

See the Site