ONCE UPON A TIME ...
I wanted to be a comic-book artist.
My parents never had to worry about me. If they ever wondered what I was up to, all they had to do was follow the quiet. They would find me reading a book, building spaceships out of LEGOs, or drawing, drawing, drawing amid scattered sheets of paper and mounds of eraser shaving.
For a while, I considered making a career of it, but when writing and photography became competing interests, I chose journalism instead. Years later, I switched gears again, this time going into visual effects and eventually into my current job as art director. Along the way, I started teaching myself music, and discovered a new passion.
Forever curious, I do not like having to fit in one easily defined box. And while that makes for a varied website, it does make the job search more challenging.
Develop and maintain brand look-and-feel standards for final client imagery.
Direct creative approach for two brands, while leading diversified cross-team projects from an artistic standpoint.
Brief artists on creative approaches for incoming projects, carrying the voice of the client back to the studio team.
Support cross-functional global teams on new business pitch assets.