I started my career with a strong passion for solving life's problems. At the age of two I swallowed my first lego brick and since then being obsessed with legos somehow led me into creating lego cities and designs, something which then led me to the School of Visual arts in New York. Upon graduating from SVA with a BFA in Graphic design and Advertising in June 2011 I set he eyes on creating moving work with a purpose.
After graduating from SVA at the tender age of 21, I began my career at BBDO NY as an art director. Within those two years I've managed to work on brands such as AT&T, Save The Children, Gillette, Mars…as well as winning a handful of advertising and design's most prestigious awards. In the past year, London International featured me as one of the top 50 young advertising creatives in the world. I also have served on a couple judging and creative advertising panels.
I recently launched a full-integrated rebranding campaign for Save The Children, which led to a Top Ten song on the Billboard charts, featured in major news outlets across the world, won a few pieces of hardware, and it actually helped save some lives.
But "advertising" aside, I've have always been proactive and hard working and I still find time to work on my personal projects. I launched a few collaborative poster series including "A Guide to Gay Stereotypes" as well as designing product and packaging goods. The one question and filter I put all of my work through is "Will it create a conversation?"
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