I am also a graphic designer, specializing in motion graphics, but also having a great deal of experience in print, commemorative objects, signage, event media and other harder-to-categorize realms.

broadcast, title design, and effects: 

  • KGO, KSMO, WDAF, The Golden State Warriors, CBS Sports, Turner Broadcasting
  • Not In Our Town, Livelyhood, Freedom Machines, The Fire Next Time, and Seneca Falls (all PBS)
  • Otter 501, The Darwin Awards, The Cockettes, Without A Net, The Making of a Legend: Gone With The Wind (feature/independent film)

commercials:  Proctor & Gamble, Time-Warner, Visa, Proactiv, Ameriquest, H&R Block, Luxn, Prospect Mortgage, Delta Airlines

corporate media:  Salesforce, Business Objects, Levi Strauss & Co., Genentech, Oracle, Robert Half, Intuit, Sun Microsystems, Apple, Veritas, Novellus, DotGreen.org

web and interactive:  Livelyhood, Fetzer Vineyards, Group X, Diva TV, National Coalition of Cancer Survivors, Seneca Falls, ArmisteadMaupin.com

a few examples:

print design

I have created various printed materials over the years for clients like Levi Strauss & Co., Oracle, and Veritas, as well as a slew of posters, brochures, logos, event media and specialty commemorative objects.


I love doing posters.  Been doing them since I was in junior high.  The influence of the great San Francisco poster artists of the sixties can not be understated.  Alton Kelly and Victor Moscoso in particular.

While there are a couple of film posters here, the majority of these things are for Spark Off Rose, a Los Angeles-based performance series where writers read works dealing with a particular subject.  I consider these posters to be my own interpretation of those themes.