I focus energy towards studying and exposing what’s below the surface of each subject. Finding what they are hiding, what they have to tell us, what they show us about ourselves, what’s universal, what’s individual… and doing so in a way that looks juicy enough to eat. I’ve developed my style through a lifetime drawing characters, hot rods, skulls and modern abstracts. The more exquisitely rendered a piece, the happier I am with it… and I seek deeper happiness with each work. My work has shown internationally and across the Metaverse, published in books & magazines, produced as vinyl toys, worn as shirts & watches, ridden on skateboards and snowboards, ignored on billboards, and stolen by copyminters. I’m always open to exploring new channels of visual art. I draw each work on an iPad in the quiet sanctuary of my garage. Chicago. Dad. Gearhead. I quit my Executive Creative Director gig to draw weird shit.