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I am the CEO and founder of JESS3, a creative interactive agency specializing in data visualization, social strategy and visual storytelling. Lauded as one of the "Web's Hottest Designers" by Mashable, I have been working toward owning my own agency since I was in his late teens. Obsessed while growing up with comic books, all things Disney and Pixar, MTV and video games, I have built a company that produces the wonderment and magic I remain inspired by for vanguard clients that include Nike, NASA, (website hidden), (website hidden), Intel, Red Bull and (website hidden).

I was recently named one of Washington's top 100 "Tech Titans" by Washingtonian magazine, and he has been profiled by Communication Arts, PSFK and Modern DC Business Magazine for his unconventional thinking, creative genius and expansive vision for his company – to fuse "Silicon Valley with Madison Avenue." With a background in information design and user experience, Thomas was one of the first agency principals in the world to choose data visualization as a central focus, which led to breakthrough projects for C-SPAN and PepsiCo during the 2008 elections. Since then, he has contributed social-design-driven methods to the recent redesigns of (website hidden) and (website hidden), while also expanding his team to execute large-scale installations for clients that include Intel, American Express and Samsung and multimedia videos for clients such as (website hidden) and ESPN that include stop-motion animation, papercraft and puppeteering.

I am the executive creative director and ideator behind the comic book “The Zen of Steve Jobs” – a co-production between Forbes and JESS3 – due out later this year. A dual citizen of New Zealand and the United States, he also oversees JESS3's self-funded labs division, which prototypes and launches its own products, and writes regularly for Forbes.