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I'm Feeling Lucky

What, you still want to see some more stuff? Here you go.

Jelly Belly

Jelly Belly

I glued 600 pounds of Jelly Bellies to make a dozen billboards and bus shelters. And got my first cavity.

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Toyota Truck Wrap

Toyota Truck Wrap

This started out as one of those ideas that clients never buy, but ours really did.

Bay Alarm

Bay Alarm

About 10 years ago I wrote this billboard, and they’re still running it.

Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina

In the aftermath of Katrina, I felt like I had to do something to help. I put these pro-bono signs up around downtown SF.

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'Bone-crushing' ProFlowers

'Bone-crushing' ProFlowers

Sometimes you have to speak to guys in language they understand. This spot uses every monster truck commercial ploy in the book.

Marin Breastfeeding Coalition

This pro-bono initiative was created without a budget, and it worked. The cutouts got not only the attention of passers-by, but also the national media.

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Trailer — The Spirit & Spirits of Port Costa

Trailer — The Spirit & Spirits of Port Costa

I directed, shot and edited this quirky documentary about Port Costa, one of America's most important towns in the 1800s. Meet the extraordinary handful who remain in this resilient California outpost that's way, way off the beaten path. Can the town accept a self-described "agent of change"? Will the next generation get to inherit Port Costa? And what about that torso in the tub?

BTW, if you missed it, there are a bunch of my other films here.