Originally from central Massachusetts, I spent most of my life with a pencil and paper in front of me. I am, and have always been, and illustrator first and foremost. Illustration was a catalyst for my interest in graffiti. I spent about five years bombing Wal-Mart trucks and anything else I could find in Worcester, MA. After a while, I got sick of being chased by the cops through the streets of Worcester (arrested a few times), I decided to demote my self to a notebook graff-writer. Later, I had applied to art school in Portland, OR, where I have been for the last four years. When I first moved here, I began to develop my own free-lance graphic design company. I have acquired many clients since I started this business, but one in particular has been my most gratifying. Alameda Brewhouse in Portland is a great brewery/restaurant. The owner approached me about three years ago to create four labels for the seasonal brews; this has grown into six more labels, restaurant/ children’s menus, pint glasses, and many projects to come. Thanks for checking out my blog, I look forward to sharing my new work and getting much needed feedback from all of you.