As our Vice President and Creative Director, Paul ensures that only the best and most effective creative is delivered to our clients. Paul leads both the design and development teams with direction, strategy, and systems support. He will also roll up his sleeves and get to work designing and illustrating amazing graphics for our clients.
Before joining KickCharge® Creative, Paul was the President and Creative Director at Aviate Creative for over 11 years. Prior to that, Paul held positions as Creative Lead, Art Director, Designer and Illustrator for several design firms throughout New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has designed for all types and sizes of clients, such as Fedex, Lenovo, the NBA, Kraft, Disney, GE, Johnson & Johnson, ADP, Novartis and many more. In addition, Paul has been published hundreds of times as an illustrator and is an exhibiting Fine Artist.
Throughout his career, Paul has received over 38 awards and has been featured in several publications and TV shows. Recently, Paul was recognized as one of the top professionals under 40 by NJBIZ 40 Under 40, and Jersey’s Best Marketing & Communications Professionals Under 40 by NJ Ad Club and JSPRAA.
Paul is also actively involved in education. He has had the privilege of teaching as an Adjunct Professor at the County College of Morris since 2005, and he speaks and presents workshops to a variety of ages at several events each year.
Paul is also an active member and volunteer for several nonprofit and industry associations. Plus, he founded the Marketing Dinner Club, a bi-coastal organization of over 570 members.
Paul received his B.F.A. in Illustration from The University of the Arts and an A.A. in Graphic Design from the County College of Morris.
You would probably find him with his family, going on some fun adventure (real or imaginary) with his twin daughters.
If Paul isn’t spending time working on some form of art, he is probably outdoors running, hiking, swimming, etc.
“Don’t let your preoccupation with reality stifle your imagination.” – Robert A. Cassanova and Sharon M. Garrison, NASA