2016 Projects – Summer / Fall

2017 is almost upon us and I have to say It’s been a busy summer and fall for my team and I. We’ve logged some intense hours on the pavement (& on walls too!) with 2016 projects ranging all across the board, from foreign locales to TV and film. 

We began the summer in amazing Cairo, Egypt, where the team took on a monster of a project – creating 8 unique 3d street paintings for the luxurious new Palm Hills Development. Not far from the Giza Pyramids, we slathered on the sun screen and pulled on the hats to paint up Street 88 in the pedestrian zone of the Palm Hills Development. Two
weeks later we were finished and had some awesome art ready for public interaction. We loved checking out Egypt (touring the Pyramids, Luxor, Aswan and Memphis) and hope to return to Egypt to create more fabulous art for this national developer. Read all about it on my Featured Projects post on the home page!)

Next we moved on to a number of corporate US projects, including a tour of the US with Wells Fargo to support their internal blog. We hit 4 cities in 3 weeks and found that everyone

Sneak Peak into The Art of Chalk

The Art of Chalk is finally here! Well, almost. After a year of hard work, I was pleasantly surprised on my birthday to receive one of the very first copies of the book delivered to my door step!  Thank you Quarry Books for the nice surprise. The very creative team over at Traffic Design Consultants out…


I love TED…..no really, I love what TED brings to the world through inspirational speakers, intelligent content and always amazing experiences. So when TEDxFoggyBottom director, Brian Doyle, invited me to participate in this years event with a 3D street painting &/or an Augmented Reality installation, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity.

I’d presented at TEDxSanDiego a few years back and was just blown away by my experience there. That event broadened my ever expanding view of the wonderful people around me, who are doing amazing things right here, right now, for the world at large. To be included in that family has just been an incredible honor for me, which also brings a big, ridiculous smile to my face.