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Why do I refer to my work as "wicked awesome?" Partly because I'm from Massachusetts and I sometimes have the habit of sticking the adverb, "wicked" in front of adjectives, but mostly, I strive to create work that's wicked awesome. I started to create work at a very young age. I was the type of kid that would make… Read More
Why do I refer to my work as "wicked awesome?" Partly because I'm from Massachusetts and I sometimes have the habit of sticking the adverb, "wicked" in front of adjectives, but mostly, I strive to create work that's wicked awesome. I started to create work at a very young age. I was the type of kid that would make his own drawings on the inside covers of coloring books. Then, I got busy with water colors, pencils, clay, and markers. I even went to press checks with my dad (he was a creative director). Eventually, I attended Montserrat College of Art and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with honors.

Today, I'm a graphic designer, illustrator, and painter. I make paintings with wood discs that combine abstraction and pointillism which creates a multi-dimensional effect. The concept focuses on creating planes of space within two dimensional artwork while simplifying the imagery to geometric shapes. I refer to this concept as "space-ism."

My approach to the paintings has crossed over to my design and illustration work. Over the years, I have worked for some of the top advertising agencies and creative boutiques as well as held exhibitions. I have designed for various projects such as print ads, outdoor, digital, book covers, collateral, merchandise, direct mail, and animation.

Whether its designing for brands, creating animations for Toshiba's Times Square sign, or slinging paint in the garage, my goal is to generate wicked awesome art. Since 2003, my wife and I have been stuck in the terrifying traffic of Los Angeles.

I hope you enjoy the work as much as I enjoyed making it. Read Less
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