Artist & designer Zach was born in Birmingham, Alabama and raised by his two legend grandparents and has deep roots in the south.
All-star team building expertise.
Zach has been an integral part of building & managing the design teams for a handfull of world’s biggest brands and design agencies.
Over a decade of honing a well trained, ultra OCD, clean eye for design & branding.
He is a less is more kind of artist and takes a minimalist approach. High attention to detail and the natural instinct to know the vibes people respond to. He has worked with some of the most culturally influential brands in the world.
A finger on the pulse of the LA creative culture.
Having lived in Venice Beach for nearly a decade, Zach’s close friends are many of the prominent owners, creators and influencers working here in westside of LA.
Strong presentation & communication skills
He gets straight to the point and has a knack for presenting creative work. Zach is highly empathetic and knows it takes all kinds to make the world go around and that good vibes go a long way.
Fast hands, quick thinking.
Zach is able to turn around designs, ideas, sketches at a lightning fast pace.
A nerdy side.
High level problem solving skills. Zach has He rides a vintage 1972 Honda motorcycleand loves tinkering all things with motors. He comes from a family of mechanics and knows how to fix a thing or two with his hands.
Interdisciplinary creative skills.
Zach is a songwriter & blues guitar playerand is currently finishing his latest EP entitled “el tigre”. He can paint, draw, write and hum hymns like his grandmother.
Athletic and adventurous. He surfs a lot and is probably plotting a trip to an island for waves as you read this. Zach is also training for a marathon.
Most importantly, he is a highly skilled creative, with over a decade of experience in living, creating and paying close attention along the way.
He is a lover of people and loves even more connecting the dots between humans and the things that can improve our lives and the life of our planet. Like his grandma said, it takes all kinds to make the world go round.