My studio is my sanctuary (and my torture chamber).
Who's this guy?
I consider myself an emerging artist — here on Boston’s North Shore. I may be new on the block, but I’m not a kid. After an endlessly-obsessive career creating ads and TV commercials drawing award-winning national and international recognition, I’ve gone back full-circle to recapture my earlier life as a painter.
I studied painting at Syracuse University and graduated with a BFA degree in fine art with further studies at Rutgers University. My experience solving complex design and creative puzzles in the communications and film worlds has helped me rethink how to approach painting — how to satisfy my creative appetite in ways that defy classification. I suppose I’m somewhere between modern art and the contemporary.
I like painting the sensuous expression of the human form in a raw and non-idealized way. Or, a face in the crowd. Or the light of the moon — but always with an idea in mind. I paint on a large scale. I feel it best plays up the energy, power and movement in my paintings.