There are two ways to see my work:

This is the mobile version of my portfolio

Well. Welcome to the end of the sample. This is a taste of what I’ve done.  From here, you can see the entirety of my portfolio or, if you want to begin a conversation, get in touch?

If you’re reading this, I’m looking for work. Who do you work for?

And now we get to the good part. Are you hiring?

Anyways, let’s talk!

This is my current resume - I don’t know what I’m going to do with it yet, but it can’t stay in a purely digital form. I’ve been playing around with ideas of how to bring it off the screen and into reality - stay tuned!

What I’m good at is creating experiences.

This can be the experience of an object, a website, a space, or whatever. I appreciate the unexpected as this way it’s remembered. Let’s start with some of those:

A deliberate resume

In 2017 I made a resume (out of rockite) for an architecture firm. So many resumes are made with the intention of being thrown away. This was not. I was fed up with people looking at resumes and putting them straight in the circular file or worse yet, not even opening the email. This was made to be put on a desk and not move. In this it was successful (I should know - I walked by their window every day - it didn’t move).

Wunderkind  - The Beginning

In 2015 I made a wallet for the first time. I wanted something minimal that was everything I needed when I left the house.


The success of the first led to lots of trial and error to make the perfect wallet.


This is the culmination of everything I’ve learned. 3D printed band gives impact resistance as well as a little tensile strength. The concrete is sanded up to 600 grit sandpaper and oiled so there is no damage to the cards. The key shapes are also 3D printed and can easily be modeled to fit many different shapes. The weight is perfect - as a back pocket kind of guy it gives an amazing ying/yang with my phone.


I’m about to dive into my thought process to a whole different level. Ok - in making wallets it became apparent after the third week that this was a thing that needed an identity. In looking for an identity, I turned to one of my favorite books, The Culture Code by Clotaire Rapaille. In this book, various topics in  

different cultures are broken down into “codes” - let me give you an example: In the American Culture, the word for “Alcohol” is gun. Think about it, we take shots, drink Colt 45, and in general it is thought of as something reserved for adults that should be treated with caution. Conversely, in the French culture, the word is Art. Wine is given to children to enjoy, and the purpose of drinking (in general) is to appreciate the flavor and revel in the creation. There wasn’t a section on wallets, but I think that the word for “Wallet” is child. It only takes money from you, if you lose it, you freak the hell out, they’re fairly common, and in a room full of children and a room full of wallets, to the casual observer, the ones that stick out are theirs and the wunderkind.

This was a sketch  for a logo I made. It’s a “W” in the shape of the wallet.

This is one of many types of desks in an office where the desks form a landscape as opposed to a beehive. The idea is that in a wireless world, different desks can be chosen throughout the day. Some others are the rocking desk and the cocoon desk.

Rolly Desk