I was born in the antipodes where I shared my backyard with the deadliest animals in the world. I went to the beach, earned a degree in architecture & industrial design, then started a rock’n’roll band. The band needed posters, so I designed and printed them, then graduated to CD covers, ads and editorial design for other clients.
In 1996 I moved to New York and worked as an alien of extraordinary ability at a small design agency called VB Concepts. We created branding and merchandise for entertainment and fashion clients including Marvel, Warner Brothers, Federated Department Stores and Playboy.
In 2000 I started at Bates Worldwide where I created integrated campaigns for Beefeater and Canadian Club. Publicis New York hired me as a creative director in 2003 to work on liquor brands including Courvoisier and Tia Maria. In 2005 I created a pitch-winning campaign for the travel goods brand Tumi. At Publicis I worked on a diverse range of clients including Buitoni, Hot Pockets, Garnier, Whirlpool and LensCrafters. My campaign for MiraLAX won the account for the agency in 2011 and my campaign for Hilton Hotels in 2013 consolidated the business at Publicis Kaplan Thaler. In 2014 I was part of the team that pitched and won the global account for Cadillac which launched at the 2015 Academy Awards. Soon after I created award winning viral videos for Similac. Most recently I worked on social-first content for Citi.
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Phone: 917 687 3715.