Working as production designer with The Brownstein Group and Expressway Productions I was given the task of designing a stage for a faux beauty pageant with a loose 70's/outer space theme. I fabricated the sign out of styrofoam insulation and mounted it on plexiglass as to create the floating illusion.
With Brett Thomas Photography
In the spring of 2016 I created two spots with The Public Record and BBDO NY for Pedigree dog food. One spot featured a wounded warrior and his service dog, the other featured a single mother who lost her sight as an adult and her service dog. I went though years of family photos to create small collages to be filmed as a montage as well as propped out lifestyle shots such as meal preparations, work out routines, and play time with the dogs and children. I also had a blast recreating the scrap book the blind subject had as a teenager which consisted solely of cut outs of eyes.
Working under Art Director Lisa Russell with 160 over 90 I was tasked with creating the hero props on this spot for Power Homes Remodeling which were meant to represent three different families. I also handled much of the dressing on this spot.
I had the opportunity to collaborate with Get Kinetic for the 2015 Lemon Ball in Philadelphia. I designed, built, and dressed this set which became a video booth for attendees and donors of Alex's Lemonade Stand cancer research charity to show their support.
With Michael Anthony Murphy Photography
Working with Expressway Productions I created this "70" puppet for a short presented at The Philadelphia Ad Club's 70th anniversary gala. The puppet is operational allowing the actor to make the eye look left and right.
Prop styling for Urban Outfitters Home with Photographer Michael Persico
For this job acting as Art Director I was tasked by Bic Media to re-create a police station from the late 1980's. Using popular films such as "Beverly Hills Cop" as reference I was able to source antiques and police equipment which made the set come to life.
Working under Production Designer Chris Jones I had a blast sourcing and buying props, antiques, and helping to construct this 40's/50's soda pop shop for Time Life and Center City Film and Video.
With Peter Murray Photography
With Felicia Perretti Photography
Working closely with Kevin Kelly, the creator and director of the Anhedonia Pilot I was given the opportunity to design, build, prop, and dress several sets including the apartment of the main characters who live a life straddling between reality and fantasy worlds.
With Jon Applebaum Photography
With Brett Thomas Photography
In collaboration with Pete Murray Photography I created the concept for this shoot that the members of the band Post Sun Times all worked together at a bodega. I then constructed flats and a counter top which I dressed to support the concept.
I worked with music video director Toby Stretch to make robot puppets The Post War Years music video for the song "The Bell."