About The Artist:
I grew up in a typical suburban New England town with an early passion for anything automotive. My mother still has the first car artwork I did at 4 years old that was recognizable. It’s a blue tow truck.
The passion for automotive art and design has been constant and intense throughout my life. I pride myself in the ability to not only make a “pretty picture” but to create innovative design solutions that are feasible and have impact. My work has been used by high profile and backyard builders alike to help visualize dreams, clearly communicate ideas, serve as motivation and blueprints or help to obtain sponsorship buy off. I work to bring fabricators, painters, upholsterers and owners together on the same page to reduce project wasted time and materials. Paper is cheaper than paint and sheet metal.
I try to make my renderings as accurate as possible while keeping an artistic element to them. Sometimes I keep proportions and perspective realistic and other times I like to add some drama to the art by posing the car in a dynamic way, making it appear more than just a pile of metal, rubber and glass. I use mixed media to keep things fresh using traditional markers and chalk as well as completely digital illustrations. It depends on the nature of the project or the budget. There are advantages and disadvantages to both.
Classic Car, Hot Rod/Custom Car, Lowrider and Muscle Car (Cartoon, Concept Design, Cutaway, Illustration, Photography and T-Shirt Design)