Archive for November, 2011

Advertising Schools. Worth it?


Check out this great video from Creativity Online about ad schools. John Boiler talks about 72U, the advertising program that I was accepted into earlier this summer. There’s lots of great insights in this short video, especially the shortcomings of agencies in adequately utilizing multi-talented people.

I’m biased in this subject. I don’t think people who studied advertising/went to ad schools should be doing advertising. Continue Reading →

Inspiration, Vampires, & A New Song

Album Cover for Mayowa Tomori's latest 4Hour Project, "We're All Going To Die Soon"

I wrote this song after being inspired by Twilight, of all things…

It’s called “We’re All going To Die Soon,” but don’t be fooled by the gloomy title, it’s a really uplifting song.

Download it here.

Learn about the lyrics and my creative/story-telling process after the jump.

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Startup Weekend: Serve Creatively

Networking at Startup Weekend Indy


I pitched two ideas last night at Startup Weekend that made the final sixteen. The first was an augmented reality sexting app called Pants Party.

The second is servecreatively, a platform that helps creatively minded non-profits complete meaningful projects by connecting them to service-minded creatives.

To summarize my experience in a few words, “I thought it would be easier.” But nothing worthwhile ever came easy, did it? It’s been a challenging, exhilarating time so far. I’ve been lucky enough to be working with a talented and awesome team.

You can follow our team’s progress here: @servecreatively

4Hour Project: Blow (Feeling Song)

I wrote a new song tonight, one of my best lyrically. And I feel like I’m starting to say that everytime I write a new song.

I’ll re-record the vocals tomorrow but in the meantime, here’s a snippet:

Blow (Snippet)

Lyrics: Continue Reading → is Coming Soon!

The Sistine Chapel Began with A Sketch, much like


Even the Sistine Chapel began as a mental sketch in someone’s brain. Please bear with me as I get the content populated and get off the ground.

In the meantime, feel free too explore my work/me through my LinkedIn, Twitter or Vimeo.

See you soon!