My paintings cover a wide variety of subjects and styles, and span a period of over 35 years. But whatever I choose to paint–twisted male nudes, social issue images, or straightforward portraits, ultimately my paintings are intended to trigger dialog about what it is to be human, and what role art plays in the scheme of things.
As a designer, I’m a problem solver. I’m less interested in a signature look and more focused on helping my clients express themselves with my guidance. My specialty is the one thing that trips people up most on their projects–color. 16 years ago I started my design career by creating custom colors for top designers, and subsequently my custom furniture and custom cabinetry became a big part of the services I provide.
I’m the Executive Director of More Than A Cone, a non-profit fundraising organization for homeless pets. I work internally with MTAC’s marketing and development team, and I coordinate MTAC events. MTAC is a place where I can utilize all of my art, design and production skills to showcase other likeminded artists, sponsors, and charitable organizations. The spirit of MTAC is creatively caring for animals in need, because they profoundly impact our lives, and deserve our help.