Greetings. Thanks for visiting my site.
If you’re here, then you might already know that I am officially for hire. I am interested in any opportunities, be they freelance, full- or part-time.
Recently, I’ve been working as an Associate Creative Director at the branding firm Sullivan. Before that I had a stint as a freelancer, working with firms such as Open, Thinkso, Landor, Verse Group, Co-op, and Sequel Studio. Prior to that, I worked as a Senior Designer at Piscatello Design Centre. And prior to that I worked for Michael Bierut at Pentagram. I am comfortable in a variety of mediums. I’ve done a lot of signage and environmental graphics, but have also worked extensively in print, and even some web design. Woven through much of my work is a strong emphasis on the design of identity systems.
My tastes lean toward the minimal. I like modern design, with an occasional retro/vintage flair. I love typography, and believe strongly in the use of type as form. I employ brazenness as much as possible. And above all, I aim to bring great ideas to the table.
Whenever possible I write a blog about design, called Pr*tty Sh*tty, where I attempt to demonstrate ways we, as designers, can improve the visual landscape of our everyday lives. The modest success I’ve had there has lead to contributing to other blogs, namely Design Observer and Quipsologies, and a guest editorship on Coudal.
I live in Tarrytown (just north of NYC) with my lovely wife. We have two brilliant, bright-eyed little girls, ages 4 and 1. All in all, life is very good.