Creative Direction
For 6 years I led the creative department at Environmental Tectonics Corp., and am now responsible for managing the creative/marketing department of Jofit Apparel. I also teach Art Direction 1 at Temple University’s School of Media and Communication. Whatever the creative brief requires, I help businesses reach their marketing and sales goals through creative strategy, visual communication and brand management. Visit my portfolio.

Graphic Design
After graduating with a BFA from Tyler School of Art, I spent the better part of a decade working as an in-house corporate designer. Job title matters very little to me, as long as I get to spend the workday creating beautiful layouts for print and web using clean type, colorful imagery and my creativity. In my down time, I help small businesses on a freelance basis and read any design book I can get my hands on. Visit my design portfolio.

I knew from the time I could hold a pencil that I was going to be an artist. I applied to college with a sketchbook and no direction, and took my first illustration class as part of Tyler’s design curriculum. It was the perfect marriage of thought-process and fine art, and gave me my first taste of what would become a lifetime obsession. These days, I accept any opportunity to keep my drawing skills sharp and do what has always come so natural to me—draw. Visit my Illustration portfolio.

My passion for art inevitably led me to land a high school summer job drawing caricatures. It was during these Sesame Place summers that I realized how much I enjoy the interaction of artist and consumer, the impromptu nature of the live caricature sketch and the conversation. These days you might find me drawing at Phillies games, bar / bat mitzvahs, and private parties in the Bucks County, Philadelphia, and New Jersey area. Visit my caricature page to learn more.