Over the last few years I have had the opportunity to work on projects spanning everything from commercials, to Time Square experiential activation’s, to winning CES two years in a row including building a amusement park ride, to spending a month with Vice in Kenya following Somali pirates for a Sundance winning film with some crazy socks in between.
Currently I am working at the intersection of consumer products and the human experience. Most notably, The Google Hardware Store, a 10 week popup store in NYC and CHI. The store was themed like a traditional hardware store while showing off Made By Google’s newest products which are the true tools for modern life.
I am willing to take on any challenge be it logistical or creative and find joy in creative problem solving at the highest level.
I started my career as a digital imaging tech for high end digital cinema cameras. After founding a commercial production, Quanti Studios which was later acquired by AltarTV. I spent 2 years as a Post Production producer building out the companies infrastructure and workflow to launch 200 episodes in 18 months. In 2014 I joined Deeplocal as a agency producer with a specialty in video to help expand the companies video capabilities. Since then my role has expanded from video producer to senior integrated producer and now Director of Client Services. During my time at Deeplocal I have had the pleasure of working and building relationships with the worlds best brands directly creating campaigns that have gone viral garnering over 1.5B media impressions organically.
Along the way I launched a salsa company, with the amazing artist and former NFL player Baron Batch. Angrymansalsa.com