I began selling commercial art when I was ten years old at fairview outdoor school when I sold a hand drawn magazine to Chris Pompell for $5. I began my education to be a graphic artist at what was then hagerstown business college on cambridge drive in hagerstown, md. Since Graduation in April of 2003. There have been alot of highs and a whole lot of lows but it has been worth it. MY advice to anyone is if you have a dream keep it don't let anyone take it away. You will be surprised at who will try to take it away.

The gallery below is a brief introduction to the variety of my work.

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A picture of a butterfly I put the border on offset with a gradient fill around the edges.
A picture of a butterfly I put the border on offset with a gradient fill around the edges.
A card made for my mother for Mothers Day. The writing was original on the card.
A card made for my mother for Mothers Day. The writing was original on the card.
A piece done for the Christian Heritage Museum. A collage done of John Wycliffe, including examples of his work and a brief description.
A piece done for the Christian Heritage Museum. A collage done of John Wycliffe, including examples of his work and a brief description.
A CD cover for William Ashley.
A CD cover for William Ashley.
A friend's image that I turned into a cartoon.
A friend's image that I turned into a cartoon.
My business card.
My business card.
A logo designed for Cafe Bueno in Frederick.
A logo designed for Cafe Bueno in Frederick.
a logo for mr tape pad
a logo for mr tape pad
a logo from mechanical turks
a logo from mechanical turks
a collage of my neice
a collage of my neice