After art school I pursued a career in commercial art and for over 30 years created advertisements and illustrations for a variety of corporations such as Raytheon, Siemens, Computer Associates. In 2008, I decided to leave the corporate world and pursue a different direction and I joined the Small Business Development branch of the United States Peace Corps and served in Morocco. With my background in graphic design and marketing I worked along side Moroccan artisans to help with product branding, teaching better business practices and most importantly to share our life experiences and to foster a better understanding of the people and culture of our two nations.
Since my return I have setup a studio in The Brewery Complex in Jamaica Plain and found the passion for painting that had slipped out of my reach while I pursued a career in commercial art.
Today, my artistic foundation is set around the Impressionistic style of light and color with a nod to such visionary American artists as James McNeil Whistler, Edward Hopper, and Robert Henri.