ANY & ALL ARTWORK ON THIS SITE IS COPY-WRITTEN BY EITHER MYSELF, OR THE CLIENT THAT HIRED ME FOR THE PROJECT.
So, I suppose this is the part where I tell you how great my work is, and how happy you'll be hiring me for my services, all while speaking in the third person. Thankfully though, art is quite a subjective thing and, more often than not, it can speak for itself. What I can say is that I work very hard to give my clients exactly what they ask for, and go out of my way to supersede expectations. Whether it's album or mix tape covers, poster & flyer design, package design, logos, illustration, T shirt design, portrait work, or any other design or art related project, I have the experience to create what you're looking for in a timely manner and with a critical eye. Pricing depends on the amount of detail involved in the piece, and the amount of time it will take to complete the project.
I was born in a small town in north western PA and raised in the arts by a musician and a photographer. The first kind of art that spoke to me as a child was comic book illustration. I studied artists like Jae Lee, Todd McFarland, Frank Miller, & Frank Frazetta. As a result I still maintain a strong love for sci-fi, fantasy, and any other form of artistic escapism. At the same time my love for music was just beginning to get out of hand. I would spend hours staring at album covers and recognizing them not just as pieces of packaging, but as works of art meant to compliment the music. Then, as a teenager, I discovered Hip-Hop music. I fell in love with everything about the culture from the music to the art. I became obsessed, for a short time, with graffiti art. Soon after I discovered Beat Poetry and the counter culture of the 60's. This led me to the psychedelic concert posters of the time. All of these things together still heavily influence my art in every aspect. A mash up of all of my favorite artists, genres, cultures, and ideas picked apart, reanalyzed, and presented to the viewer through the silly prism of a man-child with an overactive imagination.