That’s me on the cover of the Village Voice Film issue in 1995, changing the marquee on the theater I managed, Cinema Village in NYC. I’ve been hawking indie cinema in one way or another for 25 years. Back then, I booked festivals and managed movie theaters, but 20 years ago, I turned to graphic design, and won a best site award at SXSW, lots magazine and book awards, and press praise from everywhere from The Wall Street Journal to Mademoiselle. I veered into advertising in NYC for a decade, but in the last decade, I’ve designed the key art and marketing for over 65 films (with an aggregated Rotten Tomatoes score of 81%), as well as DVD and VOD releases, Web sites, digital promotions, and custom fonts. I ghost design for some of Hollywood’s best key art studios, but I keep my rates reasonable for documentaries and indies, because I live to serve the films I love. Let’s make a poster!
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