I’m a graphic designer and filmmaker. I work on print, video, and interactive projects for a wide range of clients. 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 teach in the graduate graphic design program at the Rhode Island School of Design. I grew up in the great small town of Pomfret, Connecticut, but now I live and work in Brooklyn, New York.

Representation (Commercials)


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.