Corporate and Conceptual Illustrations
My interest in design and illustration become more formalized while I was in Seattle in the early 90s where I began getting small local freelance work. I could do a variety of styles, but it was only when I met my first agent, Jerry Jaz, who pushed me to create a portfolio based on a single specific signature style. This became my identity, and was geared towards corporate publishing. It was conceptual, art deco, cubist, and textured. My clients have been large corporations such as AT&T, Libby Glass, Comedy Central and others, but my largest commission was the theme art for the US Tennis Open 2001. More recently I have applied the same conceptual imagery to computer graphics.