Technical drawings, shop drawings, 3D models and 3D renderings
Balmain's logo was turned into a coin about 5 feet in diameter for a window display. The technical difficulty of this project was joining all the shapes into one so the CNC had a continual surface to work with.
I do quite a bit of millwork drafting and sometimes the projects require 3D renderings to sell the project. This small kitchen is a typical job.
Old Fulton Stair
A nice project to replace an original wrought iron exterior stair in Brooklyn's Dumbo.
A random selection of conference tables designed for various clients
Saks Perfume Bottle
This perfume bottle was a store display. It was hand sculpted out of high density foam. The bottle was approximately 4 feet tall.
I work primarily in the retail sector now but I also handle millwork drafting for several GCs. When I first came to NYC I worked as a carpenter, then a cabinet maker and finally a stair builder so a solid knowledge of fabrication guides my millwork drafting.
A pitch that unfortunately was not built - too bad because it would have been great.
The client's inspiration was a grainy photograph of industrial exhaust fans. We designed eight feet high fans that turned very slowly behind the mannequins. A fun project.
A favorite robot when I was a child. I was pleased when I was called on to recreate it life size.
A display for Herschel's case line. The technical difficulty was getting the copy to look correct even though it's on the second layer of glass.
Assorted retail display items for Marc Jacobs
Various display units for the UGG boot company.
I loved this display - colorful, playful, well designed. The balloons posed an interesting software challenge.
A walk through sunglass display for Sunglass Hut in LA
Ralph Lauren Archaeology
A project from some time ago. The technical challenge was first to model the horses head, then to slice it so the CNC could cut it in layers.