I've always been drawing, both in "black and white" and in color. Even my earliest memories including making pictures and these pictures told stories. In school, I started adding letters and, sometimes, words. Along the way, I picked up watercolor, pastels, chalk, oils, and, finally in 1987, the Macintosh computer — just different ways of doing the same thing. These days, almost all the color work is done on the Mac. But when I need to think, the answer, is not 42 (as in Life, the Universe, and Everything), but the number 2, as is Eberhard Faber No. 2. In spite of the curious image on this page, pencil on paper remains my tool of choice for creating the foundations of all my work.
Old fashioned concerns of craft and a reverence for the work of past masters infuses the work. And, as you can see from the portfolios on this site, I tend to range around in styles. Each style offers a little different way of exploring the visual world and approaching client requirements. All allow for the small bits, or even large chunks, of quirky humor and occasional verbal/visual play.
If you like what you see, even if you have no immediate needs for illustration, please let me know.