Nike "The Church"

I came up with this idea as a freelancer and helped see it through the presentation phase. Like most freelancers, I wasn't kept on to execute it. The great Bharat Kumar and Marcelo Ramirez brought this home. It won the Craft Grand Prix for advertising at Cannes. "Big Boi House"

Co-written with Majority ATL. I also directed this one.

Burger King "Stuff of Legends"

Art Director: Mark Taylor
Directed by: Paul Hunter

Vaseline "Sea of Skin"

Created with Jon Randazzo under the creative direction of Kash Sree and Craig Smith.
Agency: BBH.
Direrctor: Ivan Zacharias

Sony Rocket Project Trailer

Branded content series that ran on Discovery Channell. 8 high school students built a rocket and sent it into space using a VAIO computer.
I creative directed this piece conceived by Ben Barney and Ryan "Pocket" Fluet.

Nike "The Baddest x Kevin Durant"

Written with W+K Amsterdam

acura "let the race begin"

I got to write this with my dear friend Peter Rosch. Art direction by Sean Stell. For Mullen/Lowe Los Angeles.
Directed by Adam Berg with Smuggler.

Bonobos x Jimmy Butler

Co-written with Peter Rosch for Preacher, ATX.  I also directed this one. DP: Alex Disenhof

Nike x KD “Its a 90’s Thing”

The KD12 paid homage to 90s culture. We shot this in Oakland and got to hear KD talk about how music impacted his life. Written and directed by: Amir Farhang
DP: Jomo Fray
Agency: Space150

NBA "Barrier Breakers"

Agency: Translation

The NBA celebrated its history of inclusiveness, set to excerpts from Martin Luther King Jr’s famous “I Have A Dream” speech against powerful images of the League’s color barrier being broken in 1950; of Violet Palmer, the League’s first female ref; of Jason Collins, the first openly-gay player in the NBA, and more.

volkswagen "smiles"

Deutsch LA with Ryan McGlaughlin.
Creative direction by Matt Ian.
Directed by The Mercadantes.

Adidas "Brotherhood"
Axe "Gamekillers"

My partner Jon Randazzo and I were jr's when we came up with this idea. It changed our careers. And it was the first legit thing we'd ever sold, which became a TV show on MTV and won BBH basically every award you could imagine. The Axe work in general doesn't age well, however this concept was based in a human truth and the pressures of being a young man trying navigate his way through the dating world. Surely, it would look much different today. More sophisticated, in fact. I hope they ask us to reboot it.