I guess this is the part where I’m supposed to
ruminate about the intrinsic power of art or
articulate ad nauseam the daily inspirations that
inexplicably lend themselves to my creative
process. Sure, it sounds pretty, but that’s not why
you’re here. Am I right?

So here’s the stuff about me that you need to
know. I’m not an illustrator. Outside of not learning
the guitar or training my cat to stay off the kitchen
counter, it’s my greatest shortcoming. Now, with
that out of the way, I’ll explain what I do… do.

I’ve been employed as a cover designer in the
suburbs of Philadelphia since 2000 and have well
over twelve hundred independent book covers to
my credit. During this same period, my freelance
portfolio has swelled to include theater brochures,
play posters and postcards, camp programs,
course catalogues, marketing fliers, invitations,
advertisements, and as demonstrated by the page
surrounded these very words, basic web design.

Feel free to take a look around. After you’ve had a
chance to check out my portfolio, I welcome the
chance to discuss any freelance opportunities you
may have.

Good design is cheaper than you think. Don’t
believe me? Just ask!