I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a degree in Studio Art/Commercial Art. I spent the next 20 years doing graphic design for various firms, including one of my own. I have recently moved to doing fine art full time. In a short period of time I have been lucky enough to show work in several galleries across the country including: Stranger Factory in Albuquerque, Grumpy Bert in Brooklyn, Artspace Gallery in Chicago, Go-Away Garage in Wichita, Zapow Gallery in Asheville, DNA and Graphite galleries in Oklahoma City, Gasoline Gallery in Los Angeles, Lethal Amounts Gallery in Los Angeles, Art Market Gallery in Knoxville just to name a few. I've also had the opportunity to curate a couple group shows right here in Oklahoma City.
I work primarily in oils, although I do venture into acrylic, ink, marker, graphite and colored pencil. I like to keep my color palette bright and vibrant. My subject matter is influenced by anything from monsters and hot rods to pop culture and space aliens. Humor has always been very important to me as a subject, so you'll see it as an underlying tone in almost all of my work.
I'm also the principle designer and co-owner of Double Danger Pinball Accessories. A pinball centric apparel and accessory company I founded.