My acting and voice-over work has well over 75 million views on YouTube.
Those campaigns have millions more views on facebook, Kickstarter, and other platforms.
My writing, directing, and producing work account for additional millions.


From 2009-2014, I was the face of Orabrush, the number one tongue cleaning product in the world. The good people at YouTube and the Webby Awards named our flagship video one of the 10 Most Iconic YouTube Ads of the Decade (the first 10 years of YouTube). It was a wild ride. Take a look at The Story of Orabrush to get an idea of where this all came from. 

 Orabrush was selected along with household brands like Pepsi, Old Spice, Red Bull, Dove, Volkswagen, and others. 

Orabrush was selected along with household brands like Pepsi, Old Spice, Red Bull, Dove, Volkswagen, and others. 

The video that launched Orabrush.
Today this has over 21 million views.

With no promotion, this video generated roughly 300,000 app downloads and 1.8 million video views.

I played every character in this spoof of an Apple product announcement. It's rare that I get to have this much fun on set. We got 1.5 million views.

People thought this movie was real, generating over 1.8 million views. It was also a Webby Award Honoree.

It's not always fun to talk to strangers on the pier. But somebody has to do it. And actually it was lots of fun.

I directed a talented group of child actors for this Orabrush recreation of our original Bad Breath Test.


My efforts in crowdfunding have collectively raised about $1.5 million in pre-sales, and many millions more after product launch.

I co-wrote, produced, and directed this video for Snappower. The brilliance of the product made the work easy. Their campaign raised over $839,000 in pre-orders on Kickstarter.

At Orabrush, we launched our second product via Indiegogo. Extensive customer feedback told us there was a strong market for a dog tongue cleaner. We call it Orapup. We raised $62,000 in a month, and pre-sold $750,000 worth of product before shipping just a few months later. 

I wrote, produced, and directed this campaign video for Plugfones second product. The campaign was a huge hit, generating over $427,000 in presages during the Kickstarter run.

If a wedding and marriage weren't challenging enough, my wife Beccy and I did something completly different. We crowdfunded a film about living entirely on the new currency Bitcoin for over 3 months. The campaign raised $73k on Kickstarter and even more via outside sponsors. 

My involvement was minimal, but this was a lot of fun, and a very worthwhile project. Beehive Startups raised over $12,000 to replace a 15-year-old entrepreneur's stolen beehives. I love how the entrepreneurial community in Utah banded together to fix this.

Spokesman, Hosting, Acting and Voice Over cast me as the in-your-face... face of the brand.
Within 3 months, this ad had over 5.3 million views.

Directing and Producing

In Dec. 2014, I produced this behind-the-scenes look at a record breaking music video, the world's largest live nativity, which I was also a creative contributor to. The record breaking video has 8 million views.

As a creative lead at Molio, the ad-tech firm spun out of Orabrush, I wrote and directed videos for household name brands, including this piece for Wilson Golf.

In 2015, I co-wrote, directed, and produced this video for Snappower. The campaign was wildly successful, bringing over $839,000 in pre-orders.

 While at Molio, I wrote and directed this piece for ghd hair. It was one of my favorites from my time there.

Public Speaking

I've spoken at marketing and video conferences across the country, in places like New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, and more. Google invited me to keynote a conference they hosted in Mumbai India, but the challenge of getting a visa ended my plans for that trip. ( ಠ╭╮ಠ )

In 2012, I was invited to speak at the New York Times Small Business Summit along with Neil Blumenthal, co-founder of Warby Parker, and Hayley Barna, co-founder of Birchbox

From the first  Startup Weekend in Salt Lake City in the Fall of 2011. This was our final presentation after three days building a twitter polling service.

Keynoting live at OMMA Global, MediaPost's largest gathering of marketing professionals, in San Francisco on March 20, 2012.

Just for Fun and Old Projects

Occasionally I make videos just because I feel like it. This is one of my favorites, filmed during my crazy talking-with-my-hands phase. Forgive the hands.

This was a weekly show my roommates and I did in college. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

Then one time I did this video with Teddie Films. Now over 3.1 million people have seen me on a toilet.