I’m a native Brooklynite who was sucked into this wonderful world of design through skateboarding and being an avid magazine collector. As a child I wanted to be a cartoonist when I grew up, so my 7 year old self would definitely be proud of my present self. My commitment to being a designer came early through
my participation as a Jacob Lawrence Scholar in the Parsons Pre-College program between my sophomore and senior years of high school.

I went on to attend Parsons the New School for Design where I earned a BFA in Communication Design in 2010. I went into Parsons wanting to pursue motion graphics as a career but got discouraged by the workload and what I thought of as my lack of skills. After graduating school I worked as a Production Artist, and while I learned a lot, it wasn’t very fun or creative. I got back into motion graphics and put together a reel consisting of student work and an unfinished personal project. A couple months later I was working with VICE. I worked there as an in-house Motion Graphics Designer from 2011-2016,
(4 years and 3 months to be exact) where I crafted the look and feel of shows that went on to become flagship content for the company. I’ve been freelance since leaving in January 2016.

My portfolio spans many different styles, techniques and concepts. The work on this site is just a small selection of the many different intros, infographics, explainers, maps, and other motion graphic design work that I’ve created.

When I’m not working, you can find me either reading, skateboarding, riding my bike, practicing Jeet Kune Do, DJing or chilling on my awesome sectional couch (more then likely that).

Want to work together? Hit me up!