Visual communication begins with a problem to solve and then rendered, to portray the story that best fits the users visual vocabulary. Simplifying the statement to it’s bare essence using color, innovative ideas, and composition to convey the message.
A graduate with an MFA in Illustration at University of Hartford Low-Residency Illustration program. I've been an adjunct illustration faculty member at Brigham Young University Visual Arts Department for 10+ years, teaching the Beginning and Intermediate Digital Illustration classes, and Color Theory.
My clients have been WordPerfect Magazine, Insight Magazine, Corel Corp., Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Bookcraft Publishing, MStar Inc., IBM Educational Systems, NextPage, BYU Young Ambassadors, BYU Center for Teaching and Learning, BYU Independent Study and many more whose names are escaping me. Recently I have published a children's book app entitled Spot's Soup which I wrote and illustrated.
My work has been shown in the Society of Illustrators West 2012, 2014 Shows, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 7th International Art Show, Springville Museum Spring Salon, Springville Museum Religious Art Show, several Brigham Young University Faculty and Alumni shows, as well as a retrospective art exhibition at BYU.
I also count myself lucky to be a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, as well as the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles.