portfolio

While I can’t share a lot of my work because it’s confidential, here is a sampling of work that I’ve done in the last few years. I’ve been busy doing everything from designing Ted Talk decks, teaching courses on LinkedIn Learning and doing speaking engagements at design conferences.


I designed a Ted Talk presentation for Stephen DeBerry, where he explains how both environmental and man-made factors have led to disparity by design in cities from East Palo Alto, California to East Jerusalem and beyond.


My first speaking engagement at the Creative Pro conference in New Orleans! In this video, I show how adding a little movement to still images can spice up a presentation.


The intro movie from my course “Powerpoint: Silicon Valley Secrets” on both LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com. (I clearly like using my hands a lot).


This was a fun exercise I did for an interview with Twitter. The client was Adidas, and the objective was to promote their Boost line of shoes. I didn't spend too much time on it, but I still think it came out pretty well.


Here’s an example of something I have to do often…build a demo on a phone or laptop. This was created in Keynote.


Check out this video I created for Imperva's NASDAQ Opening Bell ringing ceremony in Times Square, New York City. It was the first time Imperva unveiled their new logo and branding, so that was an added challenge. I created it in After Effects and this is by far the biggest thing I’ve ever created (literally)!


A colorful, animated presentation for the Boston-based innovation firm, Imaginatik.


A video I did for Electro Rent, created in Adobe Premiere. One of the first videos I worked on, this was an exercise in file management, cutting music to movie clips, and hours and hours of patience.


Google  wanted to announce how many countries that "Google Surveys" was up and running in.   So I ended up creating this rotating globe using Illustrator and After Effects.

Google wanted to announce how many countries that "Google Surveys" was up and running in. So I ended up creating this rotating globe using Illustrator and After Effects.


Yet another cool deck I did for Imaginatik. I really had fun with the animations on this one.


A video for Visit Oakland, created solely in Keynote. This is back before I learned Adobe Premiere, so it's cool to see how far I've come in video editing since then.