oh hello. here's some of my work.
you know, for enjoyment.
A web series I co-created where people get high and assemble well priced furniture from Ikea. It got millions of views within days, in the NYMag Approval Matrix, and referenced on Real Time with Bill Maher.
A 360 advertising campaign for AT&T centered around a documentary directed by Werner Herzog, about the effects of Texting and Driving. Variety touted it as the most effective public service campaign ever & it won a slew of industry awards.
A rebrand of the iconic gummy candy with a new tagline, "Swedish Fish. A friend you can eat." The robust campaign featured dark humor in some retro Swedish-looking TV, print, and radio adverts.
Experiential advertising that was a collab between Coca-Cola and Delta. 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. It was part of a re-launch of AT&T using more cinematic, relatable moments to showcase product features.
I helped create a data-driven billboard campaign for the video game NBA2k19, writing the headlines and the corresponding tagline, "Everyone's On."
I've worked on art projects that have generated tons of press and made the rounds on social media. Including Hipster Traps: bear traps that lure in gentrifiers, Squeakeasies: miniature bars for rats in locations they frequent, and Bed Bug Hotels: small hotels neighboring buildings with outbreaks.
I created a board game satarizing a train shutdown in NYC, and funded it via Kickstarter. News of the game made the New York Times, NY1, Fox5NY, and was featured in the New Yorker magazine.
As part of the Rethink Possible campaign for AT&T, I worked on this epic TV spot, featuring Ryan Lochte swimming across the Atlantic to get to the competition. Got some major airtime during the summer Olympics.
On the side I run a stop-motion animation company and do small projects whenever I can.
Pro-Tip: There's tons more advertising and side projects to see on the page links below