I'm a multidisciplinary artist and designer currently residing in Portland, Oregon. In 2011, I founded Draught Dry Goods, a creative studio focused on art objects and bag and accessory design. Draught has been sold in over 50 shops worldwide, including Hong Kong, Australia, Singapore, Canada, Thailand, The United Kingdom, and over 20 shops in Japan including Journal Standard, Tomorrowland, and Isetan.
My work in its various forms has been showcased in several online and print publications including: GQ Magazine, Wired Magazine, W Magazine, and Taken by Surprise, Cutting Edge Collaborations Between Designers, Artists, and Brands a book published in 2012 by Gestalten, and several others. In 2014, I was named by Complex Magazine as one of "30 Designers Under 30 to Watch."
I am the co-owner and creative director of Odd Fellow Company, a unique partnership with a Portland-based third generation jacket factory to which I help employ as a platform for private label and collaborative projects.
I spent two and a half years working as a Concept Creator in the Nike Innovation Kitchen, where I hand-crafted countless footwear, garment and accessory prototypes for the Converse Innovation team. I'm particularly well-versed in driving virtually all aspects of rapid protyping and making.
In 2012, I established 7K, a 2700 sq ft mixed use creative space located in SE industrial Portland, which functions as the workshop and studio of Draught Dry Goods and the studio and meeting space of my friends and peers.
This site currently just showcases my various photo projects since I'm still paying for that art degree.
My wife Carina Oney and I share our personal photographs at tenderoneys.com
Please email me to inquire about working together!