As a Lead Designer and Team Director for the 2006 Winter Olympics Games, I had the privilege of contributing to an Emmy Award win for “Best Graphic Design.” My work on an MLB playoff promo with Perception also helped earn a BDA (Broadcast Design Association) award. In addition, I am proud to have served as an Adjunct Professor at my alma mater, The City College of NY. I currently teach Motion Graphics II at The School of Visual Arts. My passion for design and commitment to learning drive me to continue producing top-quality work and inspire the next generation of designers.
Over the years, I have had the pleasure of collaborating with a wide range of clients, TV networks, and design studios, including industry leaders such as Apple, Blacksmith, BNS, Eyeball NYC, FancyVFX, Loyal Kaspar, Leroy & Clarkson, Perception, PSYOP, Trollback, Method Studios, The Mill, Versus, and many others. During this time, I have developed a reputation as a reliable and dedicated team player who consistently delivers high-quality work. Whether working independently, in collaboration with others, or leading a team of professionals, I am committed to creating designs that elevate and enhance your brand.
Growing up as an immigrant child in the bustling South Bronx, I faced numerous distractions, but I always found solace in my passion for art. In my free time, I would sketch cartoon characters, experiment with clay, and watch documentaries. I was particularly captivated by the art of movement; from flip-books to the mesmerizing techniques of stop-motion animation. Despite facing limitations in resources and opportunities, I remained dedicated to pursuing this passion. Today, I am grateful to have transformed my humble beginnings into a fulfilling career that allows me to explore and create in ways that bring me endless joy.