Hal is a Creative Director / Director and founder of Audio Tour Hack. He’s worked in design, advertising and directing fields across the globe, worked for some of the world’s leading agencies and created campaigns for some of the world’s leading brands. Much of which fortunately attracted some of the world’s shiniest industry accolades.
As a director he’s created music videos for Snoop Dogg, Sesame Street and most notably a little known Japanese Indie band called Sour, a film that became YouTube Japan’s top-rated film/animation of all time, attracted over 4 million eyeballs and is permanently featured in the Australian Centre of the Moving Image.
His most recent projects have seen him walk into a New York corner store and buy everything to repurpose as ready-made art, create and alternative Transformers themed audio tour for John Chamberlain’s exhibition at the Guggenheim and lastly, invite kids aged between 3 and 10 to critique and discuss artists like Pollack and Warhol in an audio experience for the MoMA’s permanent collection, called MoMA Unadulterated.
His work has been featured on CNN, CBS, The New York Times, Contagious, Reuters, The Guardian, the top page of Reddit and most notably his mother's fridge.