As an artist I have a great passion for graphic design, painting and web graphics. I have always wanted to work in the design industry to create new and brilliant ways to reach out and communicate with people. I believe that a great design enables a product to maximize its value and to achieve its maximum potential. For this reason, I strive to be creative and unique, perfecting my work using the simplest, most meaningful ideas to communicate with people all around the world.
Over the years my many clients have included ANSYS, Inc., Carnegie Mellon University, Northeastern University, UPMC and the Bartko Foundation, just to name a few.
I’ve been a lifelong resident of the city of Pittsburgh, PA, and now reside in Bethel Park, a suburban community south of the city with my wife Connie. My large second floor home studio provides me with the space to stretch out and explore. For digital art and design I use mostly Adobe Creative Suite software programs on an iMac, though I am also skilled at using a PC running Microsoft office.
I am a member of the Associates Artists of Pittsburgh, South and North Hills art leaques, Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators and McMurray Art Leaque. The work you see on this website is a reflection of the “stretching out and exploring” I do in my home studio.