I graduated with a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design 1989.

I've been Illustrating for peer-review medical journals since 1990; spent five years illustrating for the University Of Virginia School Of Medicine, where I produced hundreds of illustrations for textbooks, journals and presentations.

Having developed a long relationship with the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology at Walter Reed. I piloted several initiatives including a body armor modification project which won its principles congressional recognition.

My DC based Design Company produced CME’s for clients like the American Diabetes Association and the American College of cardiology foundation. I produced book covers, diagrams and animation for the author/inventor Ray Kurzweil.

Illustration clients include: the Village voice, Heavy Metal magazine, and my work features prominently in the French science fiction market.

As an animator, my work has been featured on the Children’s television workshop and in “Dread Night Folk”; multi-award winning experimental short film.

Currently, Warner Brothers television uses me as the artist when comic books are featured in their series.
Forever: a murderer is imitating what he’s learned though a graphic novel.
Blacklist: a computer game on the dark web.
Mysteries of Laura: designed superhero nightlight.
Person of Interest: provided magazines and posters for a comic book store where a murder takes place.

My clients also includes: Ralph Lauren, World Federation Wrestling, Conoco Phillips, and IBM.

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