I’m a graphic designer and filmmaker. I’m currently the creative director at BAM, the Brooklyn Academy of Music. I also teach in the graduate graphic design program at the Rhode Island School of Design.

My visual approach is informed by my graduate work, which explored the relationship between the two-dimensionality of print design and the three-dimensionality of theater. I continue to explore these themes in a series of videos based on the words of the American Constitution; the first segment was presented at the AIGA Design Conference 2007 in Denver, and the most recent appeared in Times Square in 2013.

I grew up in the great small town of Pomfret, Connecticut, but now I live and work in Brooklyn, New York.

Representation (Commercials)


Past clients (partial list)

Aperture Books
Center for Urban Pedagogy
Charles Lane Press
The Frick Collection
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Team Detroit/JWT
The New Press
New York Hall of Science
Sundance Channel

Education (partial list)

M.F.A. Yale Univ. School of Art (Graphic Design)
B.A. Amherst College


+ Learning about 20th century world’s fairs
+ Delivering impromptu lectures on the history of the NYC Subway
+ Local politics, food politics, making less garbage

Complete CV available on request.