....AND I WAS ALFRED E. NEUMAN
For one glorious summer I was Alfred E. Neuman. And I was abused by some of the most talented writers in comedy. As an intern at MAD Magazine, the editors gave me a crash course in being professionally funny. Apparently it involves pain. But I learned. How to write with structure and rhythm. About timing. How to grab a reader’s attention.
FLY MONKEY, FLY
Once I served my time, I began my career in advertising where I found some humor and again, some pain. I've worked for large advertising agencies, boutique agencies and in-house marketing groups. I've helped multinational corporations (like Panasonic, Cadillac, & Delta Air Lines) and small businesses. I love the variety of clients, and the range of work, spanning digital, social, print, promotional and straight up branding. It's a great feeling to create more than a solid communication, but help steer a brand.
PLEASED TO MEET ME
Some revealing things about me: I look for connections between words, their meanings and how they make us feel. I love how the digital world evolves daily. I lose the ability to speak in the presence of beautiful old Italian cars. I studied physics in college but was wooed to the Humanities by Ken Kesey. I’m a recovering pessimist and like it so far.
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