I had the opportunity to do this spot for a client that depict a local West Chester PA town-folk-hero/mystery-rider known by some as The “Eternal Rider”, and by others as “Orange Crush”. In the client’s words, “West Chester residents, you’ll recognize this peaceful fellow, who rides up and down town. All day, every day… riding […]
I was asked to do this illustration of country music star, Tim McGraw, for The Agenda section of the May issue of Atlanta Magazine. The agenda announces his concert on 5/12 and reads, “Tim McGraw was crowned “country music’s first metrosexual” by fashion bible W Magazine, but your assured to see plenty of tough-guy swagger […]
These little French Bulldog pups are named Remy and Louie. They were matching 2″x3″ miniature portraits done for a client.
This illustration was created for an article about crank calls.
Illustration for American Express I created this illustration of Philadelphia for American Express as part of a national iconic point of purchase campaign. The idea was to have illustrated images representing major US cities across the country. I was honored to be asked to represent the city of Philadelphia, PA. The client wanted to highlight […]
This spread was done for Benefits Selling Magazine for an article on employee assistance programs.
For this project I had the opportunity to work with a great team of people at Citadel Federal Credit Union to create the illustrations for their new website. They wanted a look that was different than all of the existing competitor’s websites which are largely stock photo based. The idea of representing the website with […]
This illustration for Louisville Magazine was created for an article on weird old Kentucky laws titled, “Breaking the Ice Cream Law”. I also did this illustration in the following issue of Louisville Magazine for an article on driving behavior which was titled,”Purgatory on Wheels”.
This illustration was done for the Blue, A Hair Studio’s “Starving Artist Campaign”. The campaign was a charity for Startup Corps, a Philadelphia charity focused on developing entrepreneurial leaders on the high school level. All proceeds went to students interested in pursuing careers in the arts to obtain art supplies. The client wanted the illustration […]
I created this illustration of Margaret E. Knight for Weekly Reader after an article written on famousAmerican women inventors. Ms. Knight (B. February 14, 1838 – D. October 12, 1914) invented a machine that folded and glued paper to form flat bottomed brown paper bags, hence her claim to fame as ” the inventor of […]