I’m a long time resident of the New Hampshire seacoast, and by day a landscape construction foreman. In the cover of night,and occasional inclimate weather, my alter-ego of emerging Newmarket illustrator makes it’s daily appearance.
With a strong sense of humor and keen eye on pop culture, I mix the age old technique of pen,brush and ink with the digital nunchuks that is the computer. Together this mix of medias has created a funky fresh style suitable for any and every occassion.
Recent clients include Red River Theatres, Hatchling Studios,Weird Fiction Records, authors Justine Graykin and Frances Lemoine, and The Snipe Magazine.
My work has hung on the walls of Florida’s Bear and Bird Gallery (upstairs in the Eisner award-winning Tate’s Comics Shop), Portsmouth NH’s The Press Room, Starbucks, Rochester NH’s Wyatt Art Studios and Vancouver, Canada’s HotArtWetcity Pop-Up Gallery.
I am an artistic contributor to the pop culture podcast Tank Riot and the Philip K. Dick Philosophical Podcast, designing the logo for the latter.
In October of 2011 my illustrations were included (as animated by Hatchling Studios) in the documentary The Apple Pushers, directed by Mary Mazzio and narrated by actor Edward Norton.
In addition to being featured on the preeminent Big Lebowski website Dudeism.com, I have also been mentioned on NH’s own Lebowski Podcast. This fall of 2012 my artwork will be featured in The Big Lebowski: An Illustrated, Annotated History of the Greatest Cult Film of All Time published by Voyaguer Press.
Last but not least I most recently contributed a poster for An Evening of Apocalyptic Theatre produced by John Herman and running this March 2012 at the Players Ring in Portsmouth NH. The poster was featured on BoingBoing.com in the post detailing the show.