You might be wondering about the odd combination of technical illustration and goofy drawings mixed up with clean simple print design and logos. It's a strange left/right brain interaction thingy that some people attribute to spending too much time sitting on the bottom of the pool as a child. In reality it comes from many years as an illustrator for the Orlando Sentinel's editorial graphics department. With daily deadlines and a call for constant originality I developed an number of art styles, including one involving CheezWiz® and olives. From there into the monkey cage of art direction at World Publications working as art director for Marlin, WaterSki and Wakeboarding Magazines (not all at once - that would be silly). Then after a short stint hanging out in airports wearing orange robes and handing out pamphlets I moved on to Metropolis Graphics. There, as lead illustrator, I helped corrupt the future leaders of America with irreverent T-shirts for sororities and fraternities across the country. After nearly ten years of this the college kids have started calling me sir. Bummer. So I have decided to hide a portfolio the internet, where everyone is young, beautiful and they look vaguely like the photos that came with my new wallet.
Take a look around and whiz an e-mail my way if you have a project you think we could work on or if you just want see some more samples.