In 2006, I moved to NYC...
to make TV commercials, as a creative art director in advertising. Immediately, I fell in love with the city streets and the art covering its walls. Instead of frequenting galleries and museums, I walked the streets for hours in search of art. After 9 years of photographing street art, I decided it was my time. I had done my research and I had some ideas. My only goal was to make art that connected with people, stop them in their tracks and make them smile. In December 2015, I put up my first wheatpaste, on the streets, and it changed my life forever.
My art has since been used by MTV, Adidas, Four Loko, the Grammy's, Spike Lee and I was named by Art Net as 1 of 10 global street artists to keep an eye on.
Some legal. Some not so.
Below are some of the many pieces from the #SidewalksAndIcons series, that have found their way onto the street.
Let’s work together.
Below are some of the national and global brands I have had the honor to collaborate with.