The Gecko’s Journey

Posted on: March 16th, 2012

Check out this article in the NYTimes, the jorney continues, I was the Art Director on the Brooklyn Bridge Spot and of course the Wheat Field spot which is now legendary. I love the little guy…..

Geico Geeko in Wheat Field

Posted on: September 6th, 2011

Geico Wheat Field Set night

Posted on: September 6th, 2011

Geico Wheat Field Set

Posted on: September 6th, 2011


Posted on: March 31st, 2011

As I look out my window waiting for spring to arrive, I notice something ugly, something that annoys me and brings a laugh.  Its something that is so New York, so urban, and even at times beautiful…Treebags, you see them everywhere or maybe you don’t see them at all.  They tend to blend in, to appear as part of the tree itself, maybe you don’t notice them at first, you see something moving up there and its not natural.  It could be a light colored bag that fades into the sky, or a brash yellow piece of plastic wrap, strings of white packing material long misplaced, or an old cassette tape pom pom.  Before the trees bring us new leaves, flowers and fruit we can enjoy the season of the treebags.  What would we do without them?

I love belt drive bikes

Posted on: February 20th, 2011

I love belt drive bikes. We admire simplicity as an ascetic, especially when it comes with better functioning design, together they shine. The belt drive bicycle is that to me, it fascinates. It is so bare in its approach yet so complex and beautiful in its execution and purpose, moving forward fast. The Gates Carbon belt drive system is a classic, it makes any type of bike, I don’t know “shine”.