Chuck began NoPattern in 2004 at the age of 18, less than a year after graduating high school. Despite forgoing college and having no formal experience, through vigorous self-teaching and promotion, Chuck began finding work for with Fortune 500 companies and creative agencies all over the world on advertising, branding, packaging and installation projects.
Clients such as Microsoft, Smirnoff, Warner Bros., Amp Energy, Ford, and Target have called upon him to bring their creative ideas to life. As a mad sports fan, Chuck feels very fortunate to have had particularly close, long-running associations over the years with some of the biggest names in sports, including Nike, Reebok, Under Armour, Vans, Burton, and ESPN.
In addition to his commercial work, Chuck also produces much of his own personal art, design, and photography, and collaborates with non-profits: Invisible Children, charity:water, and also WordMadeFlesh. He also regularly speaks about his work and his story at universities and design conferences around the world and was a judge at the Art Director’s Club Awards in NYC. In November 2010, Chuck was named a “Design Icon” by Computer Arts Magazine.