LAX BRADLEY TERMINAL
Branding and direction for the new Tom Bradley terminal in Los Angeles—the largest public works project in the history of LA.
Inspired by the work of Ed Ruscha the visuals take a simple, graphic view of Los Angeles and it’s surroundings.
A bridge between the brand and storytelling, a series of short films expand the ambient narrative concept.
Working with Marvel and Jon Favreau we created onscreen content and visual effects sequences for the first Iron Man film.
TCM FILM FESTIVAL
Identity and marketing developed for TCM's classic film festival—an event created by the network and held in Hollywood each year.
The campaign was built on the anticipation and history of the festival by highlighting the genres through their end titles.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the festival we collaborated with the Sundance Institute to create a trailer to celebrate the history and influence of the seminal event.
Identity, branding, and direction for U-verse Movies—AT&T's streaming and on demand television service.
Brand Photography for print, online, and out-of-home.
To support the brand, a series of broadcast spots were produced—each highlighting a different cinematic genre.
Selected works—2000 to 2010.
For the new Highlander campaign, we worked with Saachi to develop an info graphic system to help support and guide the narrative.
THE PATH TO 9/11
Main title development for ABC's Emmy nominated mini series.
A TASTE OF NATE
Concept and title design for a short film featuring Philadelphia blue musician Nate Wiley.
SIX FEET UNDER
Identity created for the HBO series, which became an icon for the show—the tree was used in marketing, merchandising, and promotional material.