I am now semi-retired and am consider a living icon of the Golden Age of American comics. I have also worked in mainstay of graphic design and storyboarding from New York to Los Angeles, and accomplished artist and artistic director. After graduating from what would become the School of Visual Arts in New York, I went on to serve my country with the Marines.
From there, I began a long and illustrious career in the creative arts spanning eight decades. Some of my highlights include original design concepts and storyboarding for such Disney projects as 101 Dalmatians and Pirates of the Carribean, development and direction of marketing campaigns for such diverse customers as Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, AT&T, Reader's Digest, and even the Mother Earth News.
My most enduring legacy, however, continues to be some of my earliest work when I became one of Stan Lee's "go-to" artists in the early years of Atlas (later Marvel) comics.
I am currently taking on convention sketches and commissions. You can see my current convention schedule by clicking here. If you are seeking a commission, please email me for availability and rates at email@example.com.
If you wish to see recent artwork, click here and as always, please email or come by and see me at a convention to have any or all of your comic books signed.
If you are need anything that is not on the site, please email me today.
Please check out my latest children's book that I had the pleasure to illustrat. This amzing book is called For Everything There Is A Season. Readers follow an endearing little bear cub who tries to resist the inevitable hibernation "nap" and eventually must succumb.
Please email me today or click here to purchase.
" Jack was very nice. I was just a kid back then, only 21. As he walked me out, I said, "By the way, this is my wife, Connie." Connie stands up and Jack does a double-take up and down because she's pregnant…. He said, "Sit here a minute, I need to go back to my office." He writes a note and seals it, and tells me to go back to Stan with the note. … [Upon doing so,] Stan said, "Jack says you're a good artist." I said, "Oh, I don't know. Would you like to see my samples?" He says, "No, that's OK. Jack says you're a good artist. I'll tell you what," and he throws this script across the desk. He says, "I want this back in a week."
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Phone : +1 803-391-0939
Address : Columbia, South Carolina
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org