Hi, I’m Tommy.

I am a designer based in Oklahoma City. I am passionate about mobile technology, interactive design, and new entrepreneurial opportunities. I appreciate effective user-interfaces and well executed creative advertising campaigns.

 

I’ve worked in creative advertising and marketing and had the privilege of working as an interactive art director for a news journalism website.  I’ve had a hand in the creation of new digital brands and even worked as part of a labs team developing new products and platforms. Now I work primarily as a design advocate, UI / UX consultant, and new digital brands specialist.

 

What I’m doing now.

I’m one of the co-founders of the OkcCoCo and you can usually find me working there during the day. I’ve had the pleasure of working with some of the most incredible designers and developers in Oklahoma at the “CoCo” and hope to see you there if you’re ever in Oklahoma City.

 

I have served on the board of AIGA Oklahoma and currently serving as an officer for RefreshOKC. I am involved with the development of a beer reviews website that we jokingly refer to as the “Duke Nukem 3D” of websites.  I am the pixel wielding robot in SNAFL and sole member of Rocket Gun LLC.

 

I’ve got some exciting projects coming down the pipe for 2011. One of those projects even involves zombies! Stay tuned for future updates.

 

A little more about me

I’m originally from Lawton, Oklahoma and pretty much lived my entire life in Oklahoma. I was classically trained on the violin when I was 10 yrs old and played until college.

 

In high school I started playing guitar and have played in a couple of bands. I can pretty much pick up any stringed instrument and learn to play it in a very short amount of time and have a collection of instruments to prove it. I’m an avid photographer and a firearms / shooting sports enthusiast.

 

I’ve directed a student documentary and have shot a couple of short films. I’ve always had an interest in film and visual storytelling and still dream of directing a feature length film.