Yes, that’s a younger me. I fell (quite literally) into my first career: stunt kid. But, that didn’t last past college.
After all, I was a creative. I wanted to concept campaigns. Pitch. Execute. Win hearts and minds!
So I landed a copywriter internship at RPA. Then moved on to Omnicom agencies. Eventually, I went in-house at UCLA. Until I finally did it. I went freelance.
Freelance was a whole new kind of challenge. One that eventually paid off. I am grateful for all my ongoing clients and partners.
Nowadays, I live in Los Angeles with my wife Caryn and our tiny little dog, Daisy.