The growth has come from nearly 18 years of creating digital, service, organizational, and systems experiences for the most influential brands, places, non-profits and governments in and around the world. By partnering closely with the key decision makers in those organizations (C-level, VPs, Senior Executives, Officials, et al), I've proven how to match business strategy & goals with human behavior & needs and turn them into credible-looking visions of the future. Then deliver data-influenced, user-iterated products into market that don't lose their creative soul.
Most recently, I was the Pacific Northwest Creative Lead for PwC's Experience Center
where I led multi-disciplinary teams and complex engagements, as well as push design methodologies to bring about change inside and outside of the firm. Key activities included design leadership, structured thinking to inform CX/UX/UI design, as well as talent and business development.
While at PwC...
Prior to joining PwC, I was an Associate Creative Director at Sapient where I led a number of notable engagements for ADT
, Sprint, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Department of Transportation
, M&Ms, Department of Homeland Security
, DIY Network
,Washington National Cathedral
, Pentagon Federal Credit Union, and three major initiatives for ESPN - including the redesign of the world’s most popular soccer portal: ESPNFC.com
- in time for the 2014 Brazil World Cup.
Prior to Sapient, I served as the Creative Director for two digital agencies in Japan (one of which I was a founding member), along with being the creative mind behind a number of projects for Nike
, Nissan, Honda, ING Direct
, Sony Music, Xbox
, and Jetstar Airlines.
And way back when, I was an Interactive Art Director at
Stan Lee Media where we were all bequeathed with super human powers by the man himself - including the Backstreet Boys.
(Feel free to send me a note
to ask what mine is.)