DJ’s work has garnered numerous awards including the Cannes Grand Lion for Volkswagen “Fast” and 3 Gold Addy awards for Sony Playstation.
Born as a graffiti artist, trained as a designer, and let loose on to the world of advertising, DJ has served as a creative director and art director for Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Deutsch LA, and FanCy. Most recently, he partnered with Tool to create NOLA 300, an interactive installation, as well as an epic installation in Alexandria, Virginia, for the Diet Coke “Retweets of Love” campaign. The 60-foot long interactive sculpture used 4,500 cans and bottles of Diet Coke, 300 feet of aluminum steel, and 150 lbs of lucite— a total of 3,500 pounds of material— to recreate a fan’s tweet in an epic Rube Goldberg-like machine that dispensed an ice cold diet coke as people walked through, played, and interacted with it.
DJ is constantly stimulated by creative problem solving and transforming ideas into reality. He is excited to continue that work in partnership with Tool, where he’ll be available to help bring his visionary passion and unique point of view to interactive and digital projects.
- Activations & Events
- Physical Computing
- Social Good
- Social Media