In a nutshell:
I have over 35 years experience as a freelancer creating:
illustration for advertising, editorial and institutional projects
commissioned portraits for corporate and individual clients
interpretive illustrations and murals for museum and visitor center exhibits
fine art for corporations, hotels, casinos and other organizations.
As a designer, I formulate concepts, turn them into visualizations, and prepare presentations that capture the essence of an initiative to persuade, educate, and communicate. As an illustrator, I sketch, draw and paint in any traditional media as well as digital media, to create outstanding images of human, landscape, nature and technical subjects. I work in various styles, as needed, to collaborate with clients to meet their visual objectives.
Nearly every imaginable subject has crossed my drawing table, but rendering images of people is a specialty of mine.
“I like to be part of a professional design team and enjoy the creative process of something great emerging from an ephemeral idea. I consider myself a ‘pictorialist’ – a visual communications problem solver.”
Get more information by
reading this interview conducted
by artist/blogger Herb Leonard.
Lately, as an editor, I strive to create harmony on a page. Whether it's a book or an online magazine, I like to see art and text work together.
or this interview conducted by
scholar/blogger Larissa Douglas