The offspring of a paralegal mother and a truckdriver father, naturally - I have a problem with rules for rules’ sake and doing the same activity for long stretches of time.
Luckily, advertising has afforded me the chance to escape both predicaments - having worked on everything from domestic violence awareness to pranking McDonald’s.
Also lucky: I’ve been named part of Adweek’s Creative 100, and my work has been featured by The New York Times, Wired, and Forbes.
When I’m not working - I like long bike rides on the bridge, building computers, and making dance music.
I also just recently launched a music label called Bodily Conduct.
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
Adweek's Top Creative 100
Work featured in: Wired, Forbes, The New York Times, Adweek, AdAge, Lürzer's Archive
AdAge Agency 2019 A-List: FCB
Titanium Grand Prix
Direct Grand Prix
Mobile Grand Prix
2 Graphite Pencils
6 Wood Pencil