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For over 28 years I have produced hundreds of book covers, many more hundred interior illustrations and have worked for most of the major publishers. My work covered many genres including, horror, mystery, science fiction, fantasy, children's books and mass media. Over the years I have attended many conventions in the field. I have received five World Fantasy Award nominations, Chesley Award nominations and many best in show ribbons. There have been shows at the Delaware Art Museum, the Moore Gallery of Art in Philadelphia, Lever House Show in New York several pieces exhibited at New York's Illustrator's Society and the Seattle Museum of Science Fiction.
Some of my clients include: Berkley Publishing Group, Ace Books, Viking/Penguin, Putnam/Jove, DAW Books, Doubleday Direct, Easton Press, St. Martin's Press, Bluejay Books, Leisure books, White Wolf Publishing, Warner Books, Fedogan and Bremer, Subterranean Press, Cemetery Dance Publications, Reader's Digest and many more.
My works have appeared on covers and interiors of many magazines such as Weird Tales magazine, Fantasy Magazine, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Fangoria Magazine, Amazing Stories magazine and others.
I have illustrated the written works of authors of horror, mystery, and imaginative fiction such as Stephen King, Harlan Ellison, Dan Simmons, Fritz Leiber, Richard Laymon, Jack Dann, H.P. Lovecraft, Jonathan Gash, Clive Barker, Dean Koontz, Robert R. McCammon, Peter Straub and Lilian Jackson Braun to name a few.
There were the stories of fantasy and science fiction I illustrated by authors such a Mervin Peake, Orson Scott Card, Nancy Kress, Ann McCaffrey, John Crowley, Katherine Kurtz, Michael Swanwick, Gene Wolfe, Gregory Benford, Paul Di Filippo, Pamela Sargent, Jack Williamson, David Brin, Mike Resnick and J.G. Ballard.
As an avid reader, the thought of being able to visually illustrate an author's words and use my imagery to bring them to life is for me, the ultimate. I have met so many wonderfully creative people that supported my efforts and expanded my world. Enjoy the art. I hope that it is informative, entertaining and thought-provoking, proving that the "magic stick" can communicate to others.