I spent several years working as a printmaker in France and Italy before moving to New York City. My first illustration assignment was published on the Op-Ed page of The New York Times. Since then my drawings have been published over 100 times in The New York Times Op-Ed Letters column.
I've worked for national magazines and newspapers as well as corporate and institutional clients and book publishers. Some of my long-time clients include The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, JP Morgan Chase, The New Yorker, Yale Alumni, The Christian Science Monitor, The Washington Post, and NYC Outward Bound. I've also worked with John Wiley & Sons Publishers, The San Francisco Chronicle, Rhino Records, Barnes & Noble, and The American Prospect.
My work has been awarded three silver medals from The Society of Illustrators. I'm the creator of the Zen of Nimbus comic. I also play bass guitar in the all-illustrator jazz band The Half-Tones, performing frequently at The Society of Illustrators in NYC.
You can see portfolios of my published illustrations on my website