I have worked in the Bay Area advertising and design community my entire career. I have been at shops as big as Arnold Worldwide, where I was an Associate Creative Director, to tiny, one-person design studios. I have worked on everything from beer to bondage to biotech. I'm currently the Creative Director for Noise 13. Before that, I was a partner and VP Creative Director at Hub. I helped build Hub from a little-known entity into a globally respected shop, working with some of the biggest brands in the world. My work has been recognized by almost all of the major advertising and graphic design shows. It has also been featured in multiple books about advertising and design. I have been published in Advertising Age and have been interviewed on an array of design topics by Print, HOW and Communication Arts magazine.
I collect a lot of random crap. The San Francisco Chronicle decided to write about it. You can read the article HERE.
I played an Andy Warhol wannabe hairdresser in Chris Ford’s film, The Village Barbershop. Watch the trailer HERE.
In a previous life I was in a band called Moses On Acid. Yes, I’m serious. Take a listen HERE.
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