about me

I grew up in a small village in the Swiss Alps. When I say small, I mean small. Total population hovering at about 250 people. After going to college in the nearby town of Chur, with a whopping population of 60,000, give and take, I knew the sky was the limit. So at the age of 22, I landed in LA, where I made a life for myself.

The abbreviated version: In the mid nineties (remember CD-ROMS?) I worked as an interface designer at a company called ITU while pursuing a degree in film and television at UCLA extension. After that, I finessed my print production skills at DDB Needham, while going to The Bookshop. After winning a bunch of student awards, Saatchi & Saatchi LA hired me. In the past fifteen years, I’ve worked on a great variety of projects spanning every media space.

Always trying to maximize my creative potential, I studied photography at different institutions over the years and developed a few long term personal projects.

2012 was the year of the Tundra Endeavour. It was the project of a lifetime! The complexity of working with Toyota, the California Science Center, Sarens International, Boing and NASA, not to mention the contractors and Cal Trans was extremely challenging but ultimately enormously rewarding. On the evening of October 12, 2012, the Tundra towed the Space Shuttle Endeavour across the 405 freeway overpass in Los Angeles. We were part of history.

But no busy life would be fulfilling if it wasn’t for human relationships. I am married to my wife Eva. We have an 10 year old son. Life is great!

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