I see myself as a Graphic Designer/Decorative Painter/Faux Finisher/Muralist and Pinstriper. My studio in northern New Jersey.
As the story goes... my father took down the wallpaper in the bathroom and I at the age of 3 years old I saw a white wall and took advantage of this opportunity. I got a hold of a handful of Crayola Crayons and created my first abstract wall mural. Of course I got yelled at for my creation. At that point, my father covered my beautiful abstract wall mural with the new wallpaper my mother purchased for the bathroom. Ten (10) years later we took the wallpaper down and rediscovered my first mural.
I knew at 5 years old I was an artist. My mother gave me a smock to wear when I had Art in Kindergarten and then I knew, I was a "true artist" because all artists wear smocks and had an easel to paint on. So I thought at the ripe old age of 5.
Years Later: I am trained in the Arts and hold a degree in Graphic Design. Through the years I have been implementing a variety of marketing materials for an array of corporations.
As you know, designing is an ever evolving business. There are always new techniques and new designs to create.