I have been making art forever, or at least for as long as I can recall. My first professional art job was at New Vision Display when I was 19 and taking a break from university. I looked up and saw my artwork in the windows of the Singer Center, overlooking the ice skating rink at Rockefeller Center. I suppose there was nowhere to go but down. Still, I have designed for individuals and companies for over 50 years, all the while writing poems, skits, songs and even a tiny bit of wannabe academic writing here and there. In 1980 I started Now You See it! graphics, and it kept me dabbling and kept me sane. In the 80s I also did watercolors and book illustration. More recently I have worked in acrylics. But all during this time my bread and butter was designing ads, book and CD covers, corporate logos, brochures, newspapers, posters and the like.