Bio : One

Studied at New York City Community College, Parson’s School of Design, the Pratt Graphics Center, & UCSD in California. Worked for several publishing houses before becoming an art director for New American Library and Penguin USA in New York. Was also an Executive Art Director for GoodTimes Home Video designing video covers, posters, packaging, and related promotional material.

Freelanced designing books, posters, packaging & promo material for Random House, Workman, Warner, Dell, Penguin, Berkley, Kodansha, Carol, Ballantine, Crown and McMillan. Work has been featured in annual design competitions by Print, Creativity, & the AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts).

Moved to Paris France in 1996 and then south to Montpellier France in 1999. Continued freelance book design with several clients in New York, and have worked with several french publishers in the south of France designing book covers, interiors, and posters.

In 1985 “Glider”, a monotype, was selected for the Pratt-Silvermine International Print Exhibition by William Rubin, the Metropolitan Museum’s director for Modern Art.

In 1987 became a member of Associated American Artists in New York where my work was included in numerous group shows. My monotypes are also in the Zimmerli Museum, part of the Eisenberg Collection, at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

In 1989 four monotypes were selected by Silvermine for the International Prints Exhibit in Connecticut. In June of 1990 became a member of the Wetherholt Gallery in Washington, D.C.

Solo show of monotypes, collages, and photography at L’Acajou in 1995, a french restaurant in New York City. Solo show of gouache paintings at The Maldoror, an anarchist restaurant in Paris in 1998. Their hours are 8pm-2am and they’re close to metro station Oberkampf.

I currently live and work in the south of France.

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