I believe it is our responsibility to improve the world and I want to do this through thought-provoking concepts which are aesthetically beautiful. As a multi-disciplinary creative director living in Brooklyn, I seek to collaborate on great ideas locally and globally so share an idea, opportunity or just say hello.
I want to grab your attention, make you laugh or cry.
Engage by providing value not interruption.
Become a destination and trusted source.
Provoke you to see, hear and think in new ways.
Challenge bias echoes and open minds.
Make stories, don't just tell them.
Learn something, make better decisions and enjoy the journey.
A long story made short
Born and raised in the city of San Francisco, I was surrounded by a uniquely progressive and creative culture. Both my parents are visual artists and my sister is an aerialist in the circus. This creative foundation has enabled me to think conceptually while developing the requisite skills to execute ideas.
As a visual thinker who writes, I am able to lead and collaborate across teams effectively. My extensive international leadership experience in North America, Brazil, Benelux and Asia has deepened my cultural insights and global creative approach. I consider my clients partners - a process that has meant greater trust, understanding and success in attaining shared objectives.
At the University Of Santa Cruz I obtained a BA in Environmental Studies and International Politics with a minor in Music Theory. As an entrepreneur, I received a business planning certification at Cabrillo College when I established my first creative agency producing immersive events. As a polymath I continue to bring concepts to life while honing my craft in directing, photography, design, writing, music and visual/experiential arts. Ultimately, my curiosity drives my ambition and desire for information.
My diverse interests and background, has given rise to an unorthodox yet effective creative approach. Strategy can inspire me as much as wordplay and visual metaphors because I can see and make connections others may overlook.
If you want to entertain people and do it meaningfully, then let’s collaborate.
Ideas can come from anywhere but a good process can make everything better.
Do Your Homework.
From data and research to strategy and best practices we must use the best tools the right way to help inform authentic cultural insights.
Set Your Mind Free.
Generate as many ideas as possible then build up and break down the best which meet the objectives.
Make it matter, make it beautiful.
Produce with clear intentions, keep it simple and make it meaningful.
An incomplete manifesto.
Be nice and say hello.
Stay curious and ask why.
Be fluid and collaborate.
Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you believe.
Create and contribute to social commentaries which push culture forward.
Do something because you like it not because it will be liked.
Audiences are the client, everyone else is in service to them.
Life is a continual process, the only real execution is death.
Who you work for is not as important as the work you do.
Have compassion, patience and listen to others.
People follow ideas not attributes.
Money is a byproduct not a goal.
A few of my favorite things.
An incomplete list of remembering and discovering.
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These make great bedtime stories and morning motivation.
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I find it so disrespectful when curators don't tag the original artist or publisher.
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