Anolon is the leading brand of gourmet cookware designed for creativity in the kitchen. They approached us, wanting to take their culinary vision into the blogosphere, specifically targeting the social chef that wasn't afraid to take risks in the kitchen.
So we created Whisk Takers, an original content Tumblr that dares you to get creative in the kitchen. Using editorial concepts like , Mad Skillets, and Yes We Pan, we set to put a modern twist on the culinary status quo. We produced videos, posters, illustrations, photo sets, and GIFs to inspire and entertain your inner chef.
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London, UK. July 2015. The newly renovated Artesia Hotel needed photos for their website and tourist brochure. Photography Assistant: Paolo Jung. Prop Stylist: Quentin Berger.
The Facebook Awards celebrates the most creative advertising on the Facebook platform. We announced the call for entries through a print and social, and designed a trophy that gave creatives some new hardware to aspire for. Then we assembled a group of creative luminaries to judge the entries at an event in New York City.
The Facebook Studio Awards received more than 1600 entries from around the world, resulting in 11 winning campaigns, and helped Facebook Studio maintain its position as the authority on creativity in social advertising.
Paris, France. February 2015. An interior design publication was profiling a pottery studio called Clay. Photography Assistant: Ingrid Li. Prop Stylist: Quentin Berger.
Tasked with a complete re-brand, we wanted to flip the notion that you have to be a gamer to have fun at Harrah’s. With 17 locations across the U.S., many with site specific amenities and attractions, we saw Harrah’s as a playground for grown-ups where they could let their guard down and play.
Television and print was used to enforce this notion of play, showing people channeling their playful side all throughout Harrah's properties.
Foldout poster promo I created for my good friend and photographer Chloe Aftel, highlighting all of her work with one of her favorite models, Helena.
I've been a music junkie my whole life. I used to make pause mixtapes in high school and give them to friends. In college I got into vinyl and DJing and that's when the real obsession started. Since then I've amassed a collection of about 3,000 records with a specific interest in jazz, soul, funk, hip hop, rock, psych, Brazilian, and African music. In 2009 I started my own blog Dreams In Audio which became an outlet for me to compile and release mixtapes using records from my collection.
These are a selection of covers I've made over the years, as well as ones that have been commissioned by other DJs and vinyl afficionados.
If an image is clickable that means you can download the mix. Go ahead, give them a listen.