oh hello. here's some of my work.
you know, for enjoyment.
A web series where we got people high and had them put together furniture from Ikea. It got millions of views within days & a NYMag Approval Matrix nod.
A side project laying traps for hipsters in Brooklyn, in a satirical way. It got big on Reddit, and invaded millions of Facebook and Twitter feeds.
A Coca-Cola and Detla collab where we created the first ever airborne art gallery, placing commissioned art inspired by travel on tray tables.
A :60 film showing how AT&T devices make one couple's night a little easier.
Bars for rats placed around NYC in the neighborhoods with the biggest rodent populations. Each one also reviewed at ZAGRAT.com.
An idiotic web campaign for Stride Gum helping people become smarterer.
To launch their new app, we created a wild posting campaign that delivered the next day's forecast.
A documentary directed by Werner Herzog, for AT&T, about the effects of Texting and Driving. Variety touted it as the most effective public service campaign ever and it won a slew of industry awards.
A rebrand of this iconic candy brand: "Swedish Fish. A friend you can eat." Featuring some dark humor in some retro Swedish adverts.
A Graphic Novel series I write about a nerd who falls into the oldest profession in the world. The first book of the series was successfully Kickstarted and debuted at NY Comic Con.
Ever walk into a modern art museum and think you could do that too? Well I put that to the test in a series of replicas.
My side hustle is stop-motion animation, and I run a little studio out of Bushwick.
An epic TV spot where Ryan Lochte swims across the Atlantic to get to the competition.
Chris Paul disses a dude on the court in this :30 with Brand Jordan gear from Foot Locker.
An interactive experience where every letter of your tweet donates 25 cents to the 9/11 museum.