After studying at Parsons School of Design, Art Students League and School of Visual Arts, I’ve had multiple careers — graphic designer, illustrator, art director, managing editor, digital artist. All along I was also painting and taking photographs.
My digital art has been exhibited worldwide in New York, California, Oregon, Texas, Japan, Austria and an international traveling exhibit, ACM/SIGGRAPH Art Show.
Internationally published, my images have been featured in books: Cyber Design: Photography By Rockport, World Graphic Design Now By Kodansha, Society Of Illustrators Annual Of American Illustration And Japan Creators Association Annual Of Contemporary International Illustration. I’ve also written magazine articles to accompany portfolios of my art and photography published In Computer Graphics World, Popular Photography And Camera 35.
Computers have greatly expanded the creative possibilities for my work, allowing me to enhance, alter and transform photographs into images transcending their initial intent. Graphic software in my digital darkroom has allowed me to create my Bodacious Bubbles series — images with colossal bubbles that demanded center stage in a bigger more compelling way than the original photographs. In my latest Digital Abstracts series I’ve been experimenting with software filters transforming photographs into abstract images.