Since 2007, I've worked for Adspace Networks, most recently as Director of Creative Technology. Working in the Digital Out-Of-Home industry I've become especially comfortable working in unusual formats as well as communicating complex messages very efficiently. Above is my latest reel. More projects can be found here.
As a graphic designer, I focus on executing strong layouts, thoughtful typography and above all else, a clear hierarchy of communication. I firmly believe that graphic design is a field dedicated not just to aesthetics, but to the effectiveness of communication.
Though the majority of my work is in Motion Design, the field still requires a strong foundation in traditional graphic design principles. Some samples of my design work can be found on my projects page.
In 2008 I created and have since shot tens of thousands of photos for NYC Grid. The original purpose of the blog was to document the city block-by-block. Updated nearly everyday for four years, I posted over 500 blocks throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. I strived to make the posts informative as well as visually descriptive in order to give readers more than what they could see on Google Street View. While no longer a daily project, I still update it with new content occasionally.
From 2001 until early 2016 I ran Iconize Me, a popular digital caricature service. Over the years I drew over 2000 individuals including several famous customers and even entire companies. Iconize Me lives on under new management.