I am a pretty snazzy illustrator, and my work for both adults and children has appeared in magazines, advertising, posters, and newspapers around the world. I was educated in San Francisco at the Academy of Art, and at the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design in Denver, Colorado — where I currently reside with my beautiful wife, a pack of dogs, and my wonderful family.
My illustration has been featured in Communication Arts, 3x3 magazine, graced the cover of HOW Magazine, and has been honored by the Alliance of Illustrators, and the Art Directors Club. It still makes it on my mother's fridge from time to time. The fact that I'm snazzy is not news to her.
A few of the fine folks I've worked with:
The Wall Street Journal // The Washington Post // The Boston Globe // The New York Times // ALM // Nautilus // HOW // Fortune // AARP // Adweek // Family Circle // Thriving Family // Management Today // Consumer Reports // Billboard // Smithsonian // Johns Hopkins // Mac World // Four Four Two // Scientific American // Popular Mechanics // The Sierra Club // US Airways // Delta // Safeway // Publix // Kroger // IBM // Workman Publishing // Harvard Public Health Review // USA Soccer // Major League Baseball // Disney
You can read more about how I approach illustration, life, and business here, or here.
Let's be social:
I regularly post new work, sketches, puppy pictures, and beautiful mountain views all over the web, find me on Dribbble, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to follow along.