• Digital creative director with over 12 years experience at industry leading agencies.
• A proven portfolio of award-winning creative work for some of the world's most recognized brands.
• Extensive experience leading teams and creating campaigns across a range of digital consumer
interactions including mobile, social, and environmental.
• Experience working across a wide spectrum of accounts from technology, automotive, luxury, outdoor,
fashion, retail, transportation, and healthcare.
• A strong understanding of interaction design along with a knowledge of emerging technologies and
the strengths and limitations of different design platforms.
• A seasoned pitch veteran with experience leading creative pitches throughout the EU and US. An understanding of the relentless commitment and competitive nature an agency must have to continuously go up against the best and win.
Elephant, New York
Creative Director—April 2016–Present
Creative director working on Comcast Xfinity, Goldman Sachs and new business
Huge, New York
Creative Director—Aug 2015–April 2016
Creative director working on HP and new business
Blast Radius, London
Creative Director—Aug 2012–July 2015
Creative lead on Nokia, Shell, Jaguar, Virgin Media Business, Hugo Boss Fragrances, P&G, Childhood Eye Cancer Trust
Blast Radius, Seattle
Associate Creative Director—Oct 2010–Aug 2012
Associate Creative Director on Starbucks, Land Rover, Novartis
Tribal DDB, Seattle
Sr. Art Director—Nov 2009–Oct 2010
Sr. Art Director on Microsoft, McDonald’s
DDB Worldwide, Seattle
Art Director—Oct 2003–Nov 2009
Art Director on McDonald’s, Exclusive Resorts, Holland America Line, Microsoft, Chateau Ste. Michelle
Starbucks, Goldman Sachs, Comcast, Microsoft, XBox, HP, Google, Nokia, Nike, Land Rover, Jaguar, Volvo, Amtrak, The North Face, Shell, McDonalds, Clorox, Novartis, P&G, Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Exclusive Resorts, Holland America Line, Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, Childhood Eye Cancer Trust, Equality California
University of Oklahoma
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication
Minor in Art History