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. One evening walking in the city, I looked up and saw my artwork in the windows of the Singer Center, overlooking the ice skating rink at Rockefeller Center. Since then I have designed for individuals and companies, all the while writing poems, skits, songs and even a tiny bit of wannabe academic stuff. In 1980 I started Now You See it! graphics. I designed and also illustrated books with watercolors along with some children’s book illustration. More recently I have worked in acrylics and become a writer of musicals and plays. Seems like words and pictures are never far from one another, ever entwined in my endeavors.

greeting card
Theatrical Poster
Logo for Courtesy on the Road