I make all sorts of things… Toys, Websites, Photos, Stories, etc.
I’m almost plagued by my need to create, it’s actually an issue at times. I’ve been designing stuff since before I knew it was even considered “designing”. I’m a pretty big dreamer when it comes to projects in my life. You’ll always find me aiming for the farthest star even if I’ve only got a paper airplane to work with. But that’s enough about vague ol’ me go ahead and click the links above!
Oh yeah, and the Ni illustration to the left is by Cpresti
(click it if you wanna surprise)
Realized a personal dream by founding a side Toy business sculpting and eventually mass producing toy figures and selling them from my personal online store and website. Responsibilities include creating and maintaining a website, graphic design (including business cards, packaging for the products, web banners, logos, icons, and shipping labels), digital photography, photo editing, head of marketing, and head of packaging and shipment. One other employee was brought on to handle some of the illustrative work.
Designed websites and logos for specific clients. Also created interactive media using Adobe Flash and photo retouching using Adobe Photoshop. Clients of note included Ronzoni, First Wireless Group, and the Long Island Boating Association.
Designed for several clients through an internship program run by Farmingdale State College. Responsibilities included rebranding, pamphlet design, and logo design. Also worked on rebranding for the Heckscher Museum of Art on Long Island.
Created custom painting and constructed toys for a collaborative gallery showing from the toy community.
Through social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Etc a fanbase surrounding my creative activities and other entertainment mediums.
Presented my newly mass produced figures and custom painted toys at Comic Con in “The Block” section as a form of marketing. Shared a booth with Onell Design 2010, 2011 & 2013. 2012 and 2014 was an exclusively Nistuff booth.
Studied Art and Graphic Design at a local college under the umbrella known as Visual Communications.
I’ve been studying toys and other entertainment based collectibles for my entire life, thus earning a Doctorate in Toys. You may refer to me as Doctor or Professor, the choice is yours.