Aimed at making the sport of climbing more accessible and inclusive, we created a global brand campaign that asks people to rethink the way they look at walls. Walls are places where people in the climbing community come together to test themselves, build trust, and strengthen communities. Walls aren't meant to divide us, they unite us. To celebrate the campaign's launch and to highlight the connections formed through climbing, The North Face made a $1M donation to The Trust for Public Land to support public climbing walls in communities around the world, with a focus on underserved areas, making the sport more accessible to all. This work won The North Face its first Clio.
Aimed at making the sport of climbing more accessible and inclusive, we created a global brand campaign that asks people to rethink the way they look at walls. Walls are places where people in the climbing community come together to test themselves, build trust, and strengthen communities. Walls aren't meant to divide us, they unite us. To celebrate the campaign's launch and to highlight the connections formed through climbing, The North Face made a $1M donation to The Trust for Public Land to support public climbing walls in communities around the world, with a focus on underserved areas, making the sport more accessible to all. This work won The North Face its first Clio.
Illustrated by Drew Christie
Directed by Grant Singer
This was shot entirely on iPad. Directed by SoMe.
Directed by Lance Acord
Directed by Lance Acord
To celebrate Mac's 30th birthday, we shot this film entirely on iPhone. Fifteen locations on five continents, all shot in a single day: 1.24.14. Directed by Jake and Ridley Scott.
The making of "1.24.14".
I wrote, edited, and directed this with Stephanie Gonot for Ritual. We captured some photos together too.
I made this with a few friends for Ritual. It's Ritual's first brand campaign. We created TV, OOH, editorial, print, digital ads, and events all spotlighting women who fiercely embody the spirit of self-determination. Photos by Mouthwash.
Manifesto
Manifesto
We can all agree that 2017 was a pretty shitty year on most counts. But when we started making this years 'Google Year In Search' film, we dove into the data and what we found gave us renewed hope for 2018.

Since YiS is a unique process where the film happens real time and changes every day, my role this year as a freelancer was working on the initial "How" concept and helping establish the key moments of the year. As I stepped out, a talented team of creatives and BAs kept evolving the edit up until the last possible minute, so the film wouldn't leave any story behind.

This film was made to honor Mr. Bass at his posthumous induction ceremony into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame.