I’ve been called many things in 20 years of creative work.
Designer. Writer. Curator. Teacher. Entrepreneur. Historian. Whatever hat I’m wearing, I bring historical perspective and laser focus to the work at hand, armed with a passion for design and belief in storytelling as a powerful cultural force. I’m an advocate for design across disciplines, an avowed maximalist, a builder of teams, and a firm believer that together is better.
I look back to imagine tomorrow.
I’m passionate about the history of brands—whether it’s uncovering stories rich with history or building new tales. The heritage and cultural meaning of brands is important as we look for ways to authentically connect with people in today’s world. These themes crisscross my work, whether it’s as the author of the best-selling Art of Atari, Design Director at Seedhouse, or designer with MobyFox.