Jeffrey Brayne is a

Web UI

in addition to being a







This portfolio I've been assembling for a few years now. The oil paintings and charcoal I created whilst attending Monmouth University for Fine Arts. The drawings have been more recent as I've been creating characters for a potential book. View and enjoy.


I am also a large-format photographer. Some of my work can be found here: The site is a bit out-of-date technologically, so if you have any issues with it, please let me know. A new version of this site will be coming soon...

Music and Composition

I've been performing live and composing music for over twenty years. I play guitar, bass, drums and sing and currently work as a substitute guitarist for the following bands: Black Tie Boogie, The Fuzzpops, Total Soul, Mission Dance and Generation Next. I write and record music with the band Shutterwax. Listen and enjoy.


I attempt to catalogue my thoughts and processes via this blog. It's a new blog as I've left my older ones behind. I like's format and ease of use. I will probably stick with this one for a while. Read and enjoy.


I've recently taken a position with Hellbomb reviewing artists and their music under the pseudonym Blastcap Farouche. You can find and read these literary gems here at Let Blastcap know what you think!


Contact and Other Good Stuff


Sites I've created for myself and others

Jeffrey Brayne, Web UI Developer

Can you resist the charms of this guy?

Resume of Sorts

I've been developing websites for 10+ years and have been ardently striving to achieve 100% standards compliance. I've worked with everything from C++ to Dojo to Java to jQuery. I am well-versed in all modern web-technologies and strive to be atop of all emerging standards and techniques. I am waiting patiently for IE9 to arrive so I can stop hacking my sites to get them to work. I pray to the webgods to please be benevolent in steering microsoft...

Currently I've immersed myself fully into creating mobile-device compliant html5/css3 websites, this being the first. It seems to work. I am fastidiously reading and practicing as many of the html5/css3 techniques as I can handle. It's all coming together. I am happy. Take a look at this on an iPad or iPhone. Let me know if it works!