art has been an integral part of my life since i was small.
drawing was so fascinating and fun, i just did it. from those around me, i was told to draw anything i saw, as realistically as i could. no photo or magazine in my vicinity was ever safe again. i turned into a human copy machine.
my college application reflected my lack of a formal art education, but also my passion for new ideas. that didn’t stop me from trying.
my entry level portfolio (above) for the art center college of design in pasadena, california in 1975 at age 20, opened the door. i would finally get the opportunity to learn to be more than just a two-legged xerox.