“Masterfully shows you a day in the life of a blind man. Humble and straightforward, it doesn’t feel like a pitch at all…it’s that we’ve been shown, not told, the value of what this company does. Nothing is as persuasive.”
“A quietly anguished plea for the preservation of basic human rights…argues that a country of laws without heart stands to lose its soul.”
“Take a look at the introductory trailer and challenge yourself not to be infected by the speakers’ enthusiasm for games as an art form.”
“Edu-tainment virtues are considerable…A tale of innocents, but perhaps with a shadow cast over them.”
Blurring the line between entertainment and advertising since the dawn of html. Happy clients have included Kellogg Company, Nike, Sony Screen Gems, and various divisions of the Walt Disney Company. Previously co-founded renowned motion graphics company Transistor Studios.
An accomplished practitioner of video, music, online, and OOH arts. Helped launch the Venetian Hotel, and transformed the video game Just Dance into a phenomenon. Pioneered crowdsourced writing with oneword.com. Takes creative to the next level as Artifact’s in-house composer.
Founder of Artifact and filmmaker whose documentaries have aired on HBO, PBS, A&E, and Discovery and been supported by the Sundance Institute. Has interviewed a range of subjects, from Nobel Prize winners to self-proclaimed vampires, spent weeks in prison, and swum with a chimp.
Over a decade at the Walt Disney Company in their Consumer Product and Interactive divisions. On the front lines with filmmakers, licensees, game developers, and retailers to launch brands and bring quality products to market for IP such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Cars, and Disney Infinity.