Senior Visual Effects Artist and VR Lead at The Mill.
I make finely crafted images, create ideas, and work with people to make those ideas into reality. I have a reputation for solving challenging technical problems in the service of giving people remarkable, original experiences.
I started out as a designer making album covers. I was moved by kissing robots to learn Flame, and quickly became a lead visual effects artist with a roster of clients. After a number of years running sessions in the suite, I broadened my mastery of the image in the physical world, living and working in Buenos Aires on fine art installations. I returned to New York and became an award-winning photographer (TIME Magazine, Fast Company) and cinematographer (HBO's Going Clear, Ivory Tower). This refined my eye for lighting, composition and story. Interested in the rapid developments in CG, I was drawn to Nuke and Virtual Reality and have collaborated with the talented people at The Mill, Artjail, MPC, and Method.
Based in New York City
Work Authorization for US, EU, & Canada
Brand New School
The New York Times
The Paris Review
2017 – Best Pre-rendered or cinematic VR film, Webby Awards
2016 – Playstation Battlefront - As 2D Artist - Clio, Gold Award.
2016 – Carol, Feature Film - As Matte Painter
– Nominated for Academy Award for Best Cinematography
2015 – Going Clear: Scientology and The Prison of Belief
– As Cinematographer - Emmy Award for Best Documentary
2013 – Portrait of Lena Dunham (Photographer).
– TIME Magazine’s Best Portraits of 2012
2012 – Gold, National Magazine Awards
2011 – GRAPHIS Top 100 in Photography
2010 – GRAPHIS, Gold Award, Photography
2010 – Applied Arts Award, Cover, Photo Annual
2010 – Applied Arts Award, Photography
2009 – ADCC Award, Art Direction
2009 – ADCC Award, Fashion Photography
2009 – Applied Arts Award, Editorial Photography
2009 – National Magazine Awards
2007 – ADCC Award, Editorial Cover Photography
2001 – MMVA Award, Best Post Production
2000 – JUNO Nomination, Best Album Cover