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I am an illustrator, graphic designer, musician, and artist. I worked as a freelancer from 2000-2010 and now full time with Nike as a Senior Innovation Designer.

I have a wonderful wife, a daughter and son who mean more to me than anything else. I am the son of sculptor, painter, and educator, Professor Paul Cler… Read More
I am an illustrator, graphic designer, musician, and artist. I worked as a freelancer from 2000-2010 and now full time with Nike as a Senior Innovation Designer.

I have a wonderful wife, a daughter and son who mean more to me than anything else. I am the son of sculptor, painter, and educator, Professor Paul Clervi. His influence over me as a creative pushed me to never stop asking questions, to never stop challenging success with something better.

From 2003 - 2008, I owned and curated a small art gallery called Genuine Imitation. With a focus on new media techniques, it was my objective to consistently present work that challenged conventional definitions of what art should and could be. Read Less
I believe that good design and how we react or interact with it is the cornerstone of success. Design is an emotional connection we create with our audience. That connection is both finite in it’s ability to sustain the emotion and in the voice in which it communicates it. As a designer, I tell storys through lin… Read More
I believe that good design and how we react or interact with it is the cornerstone of success. Design is an emotional connection we create with our audience. That connection is both finite in it’s ability to sustain the emotion and in the voice in which it communicates it. As a designer, I tell storys through line, shape, and color in order to stimulate that connection between the idea and the subconscious.

The challenge is to do this using the rules set forth by the problem. There is always opportunity to bend or break these rules, but knowing when to do so is the difference between a good designer and a great one. Read Less
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