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Beware! The Shrink Triangle
Beware! The Shrink Triangle

Client: Publix | Title: Beware! The Shrink Triangle | Role: Concept, Art Direction, Graphic Design | Description: One in a series of posters for Publix Supermarkets' employee safety and loss prevention awareness campaign.

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What do you want to do today?
What do you want to do today?

Client: Ahold | Title: What do you want to do today? | Role: Concept, Copywriting, Art Direction, Graphic Design | Description: One in a series of awareness posters promoting healthy living to Ahold US grocery store employees.

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Cold and Broken
Cold and Broken

Client: The Home Depot | Title: Cold and Broken | Role: Concept, Art Direction | Description: Unused concept illustrating the dangers of performing strenuous tasks without warming up first.

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I'm lonely.
I'm lonely.

Client: Autism Ontario | Title: I'm Lonely. | Role: Concept, Copywriting, Art Direction, Graphic Design | Description: One in a series of classroom posters calling awareness to the needs and feelings of children on the Autism spectrum.

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The Frightening Five Finger Discount
The Frightening Five Finger Discount

Client: Publix | Title: The Frightening Five Finger Discount | Role: Concept, Art Direction, Graphic Design, Production, Hand Model | Description: One in a series of posters for Publix Supermarkets' employee safety and loss prevention awareness campaign.

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The Wipeout
The Wipeout

Client: Publix | Title: The Wipeout | Role: Concept, Art Direction, Graphic Design, Production | Description: One in a series of posters for Publix Supermarkets' employee safety and loss prevention awareness campaign.

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About Me

What the heck is a Streetknife, anyway?

I've been in the creative, design, and communications biz for over twenty years, working on everything from case-of-beer logos for my buddies to multi-million dollar, multi-year campaigns for Fortune 500 clients. I've spent the majority of my time in the niche trenches—high tech startups, big pharma, internal communications—occasionally coming up for air to do some good ol' B2B/B2C marketing and advertising work.

 

In every case my approach has always been the same: listen, learn, dream, design, solve. The process is really that simple. 

But simple can be really hard.

That's where I rely on my years of experience, the breadth and scope of the types of amazing clients I've been fortunate to work with over the years, my never ending education and training, my ever growing and evolving skillset, my natural talent, and, perhaps most importantly, my intuition and my gut.

I've got really good problem-solving instincts.

Oh, and Streetknife is a silly l'il nickname I was given about a million years ago. It stuck. Whattaya gonna do?

PS: I write my own copy and I perform my own stunts.