I am a creative that has focused on digital for the last 15 years. I started when Macromedia was new and Visual Basic 4 was hot. I taught myself the ropes, studied Computer Science in college (dropped out) and ended up getting a degree in design. Luckily, the internet came along, and my passion for the web was born. I have been combineing my interests in design and technology since day one of my career and I don't intend to do anything different in the future.
I've spent the last 15 years working with this small bunch. There is a lot more but you get the idea... AAA, Agilent, AT&T,Audi, Best Buy, Chilis, Chipotle, Chiquita, Duracell, E*Trade, Epson, Finish Line, Gatorade, Grey Advertising, GSDM Advertising, Hallmark, Hewlett Packard, Jamba Juice, Jack Links Beef Jerky, Jim Beam, McDonalds, Motorola, Molson Coors, Naked Juice, Nickelodeon, Noodles and Company, Pentax, Publicis & Hal Riney, Quiznos, Qwest, Red Robin, Sports Illustrated, US Cellular, Vail Resorts, Vox Vodka, and Walmart
Some Awards: 2008 Effie, Webbiea, 8 FWA’s, 3 Adobe Site of the Day, Awwwards’s, Denver 50, W3 Best of show, Create Magazine - Creative of the year Awards, IAC Gold and Best of Show, Horizon Interactive Awards and more...
Saturday, August 8th, 2015
This is amazing…
First there was the teaser campaign we weren’t sure was real. Then there were the men, knee deep into a mid/quarter-life crisis, dreaming of recreating _Back to the Future_. Now it’s finally here: Lexus has launched its hoverboard, Slide. Lexus worked with “CHI&Partners”:http://www.chiandpartners.com/ to create the board, which is more than a year in the making, and uses what Lexus describes as “magnetic levitation” – a combination of liquid-nitrogen-cooled super-conductors and permanent magnets – to make it float. A new promo video for the product was launched last night showing skateboarder Ross McGouran teaching himself to float. Shot by director “Henry-Alex Rubin”:http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0748066/, we see Ross tackling the Smuggler custom-built hoverpark.
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
The last 4 months we have been working on a national campaign for KOA and I couldn’t be happier with the results. The commercial and video work turned out amazing and the results are incredible so far.
The campaign was written about in the NY Times
Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
I’d be willing to call this one an amazing advertisement for a movie. The world needs more creative ideas like this one. Nice job to someone.