Writing, acting, directing, producing, and general creative development focused on reaching a wide audience.
I work with small, dedicated, inventive teams to discover new techniques with new platforms.
My interests are broad, and I'm always looking for new possibilities.

Most of my work today is accomplished under the heading of Sketchbot Media,
a creative production group I started in 2017 with some brilliant collaborators.

In 2015, I was contacted by BYUtv and asked if I could create a show for a young adult audience. I'm pleased to announce the TV show I've been working on for almost two years. It's called The New Creatives, and in each episode we take a deep dive into the creative process with a diverse season of guests. We're really proud of what we've put together, and I think you're going to like it. See the official announcement here, and learn more about TNC on Facebook and Instagram.

In 2015, I began work on Shadowcast. It was in early development before I was drawn into another venture. This didn't reach any acclaim, but I love this project and hope to return to it some day.

In 2014, I co-founded the Pocket Film Fest, the festival of mobile made films.

Our vision is simple. Great films come from invention, creativity, and story. We want to see what happens when everybody, from the seasoned film pro to the aspiring teen auteur, uses the gear we already have in our pocket. Whether it's a masterpiece filmed on iPod, a vision edited on Android, or an action-cam thrill ride, we want to see it. What can you do with the camera already in your pocket?

In 2013, for the first three months of our post-honeymoon life, my dazzling wife and I lived on the crypto-currency Bitcoin for every living expense. That includes gas, rent, groceries, insurance, entertainment, and travel.

We crowdfunded a documentary film about the experiment. It was an amazing experience that took us around the world. I'm excited to release the film in 2015.

Beginning in 2009, I worked with a brilliant team to build the Orabrush brand from no sales online or offline to millions of brushes sold in tens of thousands of stores in hundreds of countries.

Our entire strategy was founded on YouTube video. In early 2015, Orabrush was acquired and became a Dentek brand. Kudos for this accomplishment also go to colleagues at the Harmon BrothersAckermania Creative, and Molio.

I'm always looking for new possibilities. If you're interested, and if I can make the time, I'd love to talk. 

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