To the left is a small sample of the work done both on and offline for the Obama 2012 campaign. All was a true team effort from the Design, Development and Tech teams. Without the amazing individuals on each, none would have been possible.
Working on stuff I can't talk about or show but what I can tell you is our team, Building 8 brings together world-class experts to develop and ship groundbreaking products at the intersection of ambitious science and consumer hardware. In particular, seemingly impossible products that define new categories and advance Facebook's mission of connecting the world. We drive innovation in the areas of augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence and connectivity.
Posters are a way outside of work that I stay inspired. My introduction and love for them came from this fine gentleman:
"The digital world has branded me a dinosaur and a nonconformist. They generally find much amusement in me and love to tease me about my "old school" ways. All because I think the computer is a terrible design tool. It shields the designer from what he/she is actually supposed to be doing. I still work with my mind, my hands, my ideas."
The Hurricane Poster Project was an international collaboration of artists and designers to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Posters were designed, produced and then sold online, with profits donated to The American Red Cross. This was my contribution.
SO-CAL POSTER PROJECT
Client: Personal project For: The Salvation Army
I started The So-Cal Poster Project following wildfires that devastated Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Diego counties. Signed and numbered, limited edition posters were donated by designers and artists from around the globe to be sold online for victims of the wildfires. All proceeds were donated to The Salvation Army.
THE HAITI POSTER PROJECT
Client: Personal project For: Doctors Without Borders
I started the Haiti Poster Project with friend Leif Steiner three days after the earthquake hit Haiti. Signed and numbered, limited edition posters were donated by designers and artists from around the world to be sold online with all proceeds donated to Doctors Without Borders.