I'm a passionate creative who fulfills strategic goals of international marketers and media brands with distinctive design informed by a deep understanding of type and image.
After receiving a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, I began freelancing for various agencies including Grey, JWT and Arnell Group. In 2000 I followed my love for typography and started Stereo Type Haus, a type foundry producing commercial typefaces and custom typography for clients such as The New York Times, film director Wes Anderson, and music magazine Fader.
In 2010 I moved to Los Angeles and began work as VP Design Director for Deustch (LA), growing the design department and working across various blue chip accounts and new business acquisitions such as Sprint and Pandora.
After 6 years at Deutsch, I am currently a free agent and spend my time between Los Angeles and the High Desert. I enjoy working with ethical brands that have a desire to make the world a better place. In my spare time I enjoy making music, taking photographs, and printmaking.