I am a graphic designer specializing in results.

A creative consultant for over 20 years, much of my professional experience is in graphic design and marketing communications.

I was a graphic designer and cartoonist for The Boston Globe, New England’s largest newspaper;  I later helped set up and launch The Home Depot’s In-House Ad Agency in order to fully service 200 retail stores in the northeast division.

Since 2003, I have been a creative design consultant for various companies in a wide range of categories including supermarket chains, fashion mail-order and online catalogs, magazines, and more recently, Bank of America’s marketing and credit card services in Charlotte, NC.

I graduated from Vesper George School of Art in Boston.
Al Capp, creator of “Lil Abner,” America’s most read newspaper comic strip from the 1930s to the 1970s, was my illustration teacher and mentor.

My design strategies will speak to your customers in a more personal voice.  I offer a wide range of services for print and online media.  My philosophy is simple:  show it, sell it.  I am fast, focused and flexible.