What would Chris do if he had a magic wand to redesign anything? Well, he would redesign the wand itself. Resourceful and creative, Chris says limitations are a mirage. He brings fresh eyes and curiosity to even the most complicated projects.
Chris built his design and production know-how at companies like RNK Communications and MullenLowe, where he brought consistency and quality to new business pitches, out-of-home ad campaigns, branding efforts and digital assets. He can collaborate with just about anyone and loves to wow clients with his team’s resolve, dedication and inventiveness. At Mad*Pow, he excels at large-volume production tasks and projects that combine the science of behavior change with art and design.
You can find Chris getting creative indoors and out with antiquing, gardening, painting and making jewelry. He finds balance by hanging out at home with his wife and dogs, Bandit and Girlie.
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