From: United States
From San Francisco, California, he is a graduate of New York City’s School of Visual Arts.
He began his career producing independent films in New York and then in 1995 switched over to producing TV spots for Grey Advertising.
In 1998 he moved to Arnold Advertising in Boston to head up production for the McDonald’s account. While there he produced spots for other clients such as Wall Street Journal, which aired during the 2000 Super Bowl.
During a typical advertising encounter at a hotel swimming pool in Los Angeles, he met a producer from Italy who offered him a job in Milan.
By the spring of 2000 the offer became a reality and he moved to Italy to work for Leo Burnett heading up the TV production for the launch of Blu Telecommunications and Fiat Automotive. While at Leo Burnett he produced a campaign for Fiat that went on to win a prize at Cannes that year.
After Leo Burnett he moved on to produce spots freelance for various agencies and production companies.
He came to Fabrica as the TV/Video Department Head at the beginning of 2003 to follow various projects for profit/non- profit organizations.