Jeff grew up in a military family and has lived in England, Hawaii, and a dozen states in between. He is highly adaptable in new and changing situations, which makes him well suited to jump from trial to trial.
He joined Impact after working as an award-winning graphic designer in the newspaper industry, where visualizing new ideas at a fast pace with quick turnaround is the norm. His information graphics have also appeared in several trade magazines, including “CIO Insight” and “Baseline.” He also spent five years working as the lead infodesigner at TrialGraphix in New York City. In addition to working on a wide variety of significant cases both in New York and across the country, he also trained new designers and put together the company’s Artists’ Handbook.
Since joining Impact Jeff has led the visual communications efforts for a wide range of matters including a widely publicized series of cases involving smartphone design and technology, a multi-billion dollar adversary proceeding in bankruptcy on behalf of a client accused of a fraudulent spin-off of assets and liability, an anti-trust case involving a leading medical device company and an investigation into the hiring practices of one of the world’s largest financial institutions.
When he’s not jumping from trial to trial, Jeff can be found working in his studio or dragging his twin children along to surf, swim, skate, kayak, or snowboard.
Arizona State University (B.F.A. – Intermedia)
Pratt Institute (M.F.A. – Painting)