About Me

I’m an empathic problem solver. My creative approach to user centered design has impacted such clients as Morgan Stanley, Suave, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, Columbia University, and McGraw Hill Financial. My experience in the digital studio, agency, and start-up worlds help me to holistically see the big picture and then apply it granularly to a company’s ecosystem through strategy, ideation, user experience, product design, and creative direction.

I’m constantly exploring. In my spare time you’ll often find me building my own start-ups and apps (ie: Alokaoblib, Here Here, ADQT), making music (ie: oblib Music & Bison), creating art (I’ve shown in over 30 art exhibitions in New York, Brooklyn and Miami), keeping connected and oxygenated (with yoga, breathwork, meditation, ping pong, petanqué, and biking), and making my own homebrew kombucha.



Graham Slick Fine Art

I've shown in over 30 art exhibitions and benefits in NYC, Brooklyn, and Miami.


I've recently trademarked the name oblib and created a clothing start-up. There's a fun creative mystery with the name. Find a mirror and you'll find the answer.

Previously this was my electronica music moniker. As Oblib the music producer & DJ I had an online radio show (Adequate Underground) at East Village Radio in NYC and DJ'd & created/hosted/promoted shows in NYC under the name of my musician collective, Adequate Records.

ADQT Clothing

My clothing company ADQT (pronounced: Adequate). I designed, produced, and silkscreened all clothing.


This was actually a fun little experience(s) I had while living in NYC. I thought it might be fun to do some background acting, so I got on some TV shows. I also was in an online commercial and I did voiceover work for the video game Grand Theft Auto (I play the role of "Party Promoter on the Street"). It was fun, but that's about the extent of my acting/voiceover aspirations.


Some quick quotes I wrote, maybe it'll turn into something some day.