I’m the producer for two-time Academy Award nominated animator Bill Plympton.
Born and raised on Long Island, New York, I moved to New York City to attend The School of Visual Arts. I graduated at the top of my class in 2008, earning my B.F.A. in Animation. I spent two post-graduate years doing freelance graphic design and web development for companies such as DFA Records and Momofuku Milk Bar, as well making illustrations and animated content for local bands. I began working for Bill Plympton in May of 2010, where I work not only in the capacity of producer, but also as editor, creative director, and web designer.
Since joining Plymptoons, I have produced shorts such as “The Guard Dog Global Jam” and Bill’s modernization of Winsor McCay’s “The Flying House.” I have also managed production on several commissioned pieces including a music video for Weird Al, “Summer Bummer” for Showtime network, and most recently a “Couch Gag” for The Simpsons. I currently live in Brooklyn, NY.
I always have more than one project going on but in my free time I enjoy riding my bike, drawing portraits, reading, collecting “Art Of” books, and cooking.