Style / Genre
I guess I draw in my style, and genres range in whatever I’m interested in at the time or commissioned!
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Page rate for commissions
there’s a whole bunch o options! email for specifics
Rate for Prints of original work
Hasbro sculpture, “Kitty and Dino” through Yen Press, Rittenhouse Sketch cards, Prehistoric Times Magazine illustrations, Pin up for “Atomic Robo”, Upperdeck Sketch cards
More Rittenhouse Cards, a few book ideas that I swear I’ll make happen this year!
What was your first project that made you feel like a real artist and how did you get it?
The “Kitty and Dino” children’s book I illustrated. It’s published and the most work I’ve done on a project. But I’m really proud of it! I got to work with a publishing company and have a meeting in New York City and it was something that made me feel like an accomplished artist!
What is your primary inspiration when creating art?
I want to create something different and beautiful. Something that makes people stop and take an extra second to get lost in.
I look at Mucha, Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh, Susan Seddon- Boulet, Michael Parkes, Erte, Audubon, William Stout, Joe Wetherly and Dave Coleman are the ones that come to mind
Where would you like to see yourself in five years with your art?
I want to have at least 3 more books, gallery shows and maybe a potential movie deal. Haha!
What would your dream project be?
Oh i have a few
Anything to do with Dinosaurs, maybe doing a gallery show alongside dino skeletons in a natural history museum. Concept art for a show or movie, maybe some poster work for a movie a cover for one of my favorite comics…..so many ideas!
Final four questions –we ask everybody
Q) When the zombies take over the world where will you be?
R) Up on a steep hill I can see any oncoming zombies in a steel reinforced log cabin in the wilds of New
Hampshire. Makes perfect sense right? Beautiful location and practical.
Q) Jedi, Ninja, vampire, were-wolf, pirate, fairy or Spartan?
R) Were-wolf. They’re super cool.
Q) What piece of art, be it in the form of music, a book, a film or picture, do you think people mustexperience before they die?
R) Hang gliding. It’s an art in itself. Book wise, “The Book of Flying” by Keith Miller. See a theme?
Q) Give one fact that most people would not believe about you?
R) Terrified of centipedes….the only thing I get up on a chair and freak out like a girlie girl over. Also I’m a hang glider pilot.