I'm a creative director, art director, artist, designer, writer, father and bone vivant. Er, bon vivant.
Work in this shiny new website is currently in random scrolling order. Aggregate, if you'd like, by clicking tags below each project.
Thanks.

An ode to slasher films and creepy guys in masks.
It's like Donkey Kong meets Sex in the City.
After we made the Naked Man online commercial, we made a behind-the-scenes, making-of-video for their website and Youtube channel. Then we conceived and...
A photographer's rock n' roll website was in the pits.
Brian Patterson lives part of his professional life in the pits. That didn't mean his website should be there too. With some design help from Madmedium, we got...
Is it a subscription app, a recipe website, an online family social community or a weekly TV Show? Yes.
A family & recipe portal, whose look, architecture and voice I created, from IA and wireframes, to designs and writing and finally, to the skin and art...
Building a major car manufacturer's website almost killed me, but made me the man I am today.
At Sapient Nitro Toronto, we had the digital business on the global Jeep account. We did the basics with excellence, like the Jeep website, which was over 250...
The history of Jeep can be seen in the grill.
The President of Jeep saw a Japanese car manufacturer touchscreen display being built at the 2011 North American Auto Show. He asked SapientNitro to give him...
Reinvention, a new baby and how I spent my Route 66 summer vacation.
Ok, where do I begin? It's a documentary, a social media experiment, an ad agency and an art studio on wheels. I was with my awesome daughters. We filmed,...
A penalty for looking good.
Large backlit poster of the new KIA Rio, created for the Major League Soccer team in Toronto, the TFC, placed at BMO Field. KIA was a lead sponsor of the...
A teaser for a global creative summit. This was the first thing they recieved.
When you are hosting global Creative Directors in your office to discuss innovation, you better be innovative, and flex some muscle. Everything here was done...
Multi-platform digital innovation that delighted a SapientNitro Global CD Summit. Tough crowd.
Apps, geo-located bars and restaurants, google map directions to and from all local airports and the usual stuff like rocket sticks with PDF's, and a robus...
One lithium battery and a big-ass oval track.
We made five handsome spots in this campaign, at Innocean Canada. The client wanted to push the technological prowess (and great design) of the new 2012 Hyundai...
The billboard that became a real, live radio station.
We launched the new 2006 Mustang and we had some billboards in a large downtown urban area that were up for a change. A picture of this new beast didn't seem...
A race sponsored by a client and powered by the Sun.
Sponsored by our client, Ontario Power Generation, and in conjunction with dozens of bright, geeky students from the University of Toronto, the annual Sun Day...
A superior claim, a smart cat and a bag of dog treats.
You don't always need a lot of money to make a watchable TV commercial. A solid product claim is much better. In this case, with a very small budget, we created...
Fresh rebranding, handsome art direction and a human narrative helped power an energy startup.
Temporal Power had a great idea and an innovative technological advantage, but an amateur looking brand and a confusing product-benefit story. With some...
Some of my drawings, paintings and other nonsense.
I grew up with an artist father, spent a lot of time alone and dropped out of art school. I paint, illustrate and draw, across almost all media. Here are a handful...
Mr. Thomas and Technicolor get all up in your grill, yo.
A series of posters for Technicolor's newest telecine artist, Robert Thomas. I wrote headlines that were thought-provoking and controversial to outsiders, but...
Peering into a Soul is irresistible and often risky.
A print campaign supporting the TV idea of peering into a quirky Kia Soul is distracting and irresisitable. Sick, blind, or in the middle of something...
Yes, we plagiarized iconic adverts. That was the point.
A series of 18"x24" posters mailed in tubes to advertising creative people across Canada. We swiped and plagiarized famous ads for this advertising and design...
A dozen horrible ways to die at your local family zoo.
A transit poster campaign for the Toronto Metro Zoo, featuring the ferocious, meat-(and sometimes man)-eating Komodo Dragon.
Drawing across America. First up, the Detroit Series.
Once he found his voice, he wouldn't shut up.
The TV featured the voice of Robbie Robertson as the Mountain. In outdoor, we did nearly 15 different quotes from the wise old rocky sage. The mountain...
He's a bad, bad beekeeper.
It was the first, blatantly obvious idea we had. Pretty silly stuff. But sometimes, that's what a brand needs. After about about three weeks and 60 more...
It's my token pun, and the writer isn't happy.
One of a series of posters for Canada's largest office supply retailer. I also created the logo/tagline. I think the store got swallowed up by a big American...
This guy doesn't know when to shut up.
He is terrible at martial arts.
No, you was supposta' keep an eye on 'em.
We shot "Mobsters" on the 20th Century Fox backlot with a solid director, great crew and all the major motion picture studio's bells and whistles we could...
Nuts in a vice.
A series of direct mail pieces for an eager accountant who wanted to get advertising creative folks as clients, for some bizarre reason. I think it eventually...
Kim sang to me on a rooftop in NYC. When I said me, I meant all of Canada.
After Sept. 11, 2001, Canada and Roots Apparel rallied to the aid of one of Canada's favorite American cities. We filmed 37 Canadian celebrities all over North...
Running around LA for no reason except looking good and making cool graphics.
One of dozens of fashion retail spots we did for HBC. Which now owns Saks and Lord & Taylor. I've always loved clothes. And fashion. And making commercials. And...
We did like a million things for this successful launch and we needed to make a short film to brag about it.
A case study for the most successful launch of a KIA in the company's Canadian history. Sold like hot-cakes.
I just couldn't bogart my stash anymore, man.
When Stephano's came to us for a fresh package design and brand name for their new product, they wanted it to relect their father's (the founder's) personality. A...
We hung a new Ford F-150 by it's nuts. And bolts.
We were the first advertiser to use Keifer Sutherland's voice for a major advertising campaign, long before he became ubiquitous. He loved Canada (born in...
When the biggest video game of all time puts your client's product in their latest release, you make a film about that stuff.
When Activision and Treyarch decided that they needed a Jeep in their new Black-Ops Call-of-Duty game, they reached out to Jeep who said, well, heck yes. As the...
I think they took it too personally.
Ten years ago, when TV changed forever, we did a campaign for Rogers that was a conspiracy between the viewer and their TV. The enemy was big TV companies who,...
Several donkey piƱatas were killed in the making of this TV commercial.
Two Springs in a row, I went to Dunedin, Florida trying to get highly paid MLB players to act naturally in front of a camera, a process that they really didn't...
To keep athletes mammoth, make their role small.
The other secret to working with athletes? Write a solid actor into the script. Like, if you were playing in a SAG/ACTRA baseball tournament, you'd try to put...
A store sale so good, you'll lose your mind for a second.
For a global retail leader driven by price and an annual event called "Rollback Prices", squeezing an idea in was a sometimes challenging. We made these and...
Hello, I'm dyin' down here.
A self-promotion campaign of silk-screened posters to Toronto ad agencies. Coming soon to LA.