I am originally from Denver, Colorado. I grew up in Ramah, a very small town with a population of 90 on the plains. I now reside in Monona, Wisconsin with my wife and little boy.
I've always had a keen interest in art and design. For a time I served at the Bahá’í World Centre in Haifa, Israel. In my spare time I helped to measure and document some of the Bahá’í holy places there. I studied architecture and worked as an architectural technician and designer in London, England for over 20 years. For a few years I was the Design Director for a company producing several products under license for Disney, Major League Baseball, The Football Association (English national soccer team) among others. In this role I spent about half my time in Shanghai, China. After returning to the United States, I worked for a year as a freelance graphic designer and also designed stained glass projects for a craftsman and friend in Madison.
I now work as a Senior Designer for Food Concepts, Inc. in Middleton, Wisconsin; I design foodservice equipment merchandising, point of sale items, logos, posters, and various other materials for national food brands, convenience store chains, restaurants and clients in various other businesses.
In my spare time I work as an artist and freelance designer. My broad experience and skills give me the ability to take on wide variety of creative projects.