What About Bob?
Since age six I’ve wanted to be an artist; coloring, drawing, and painting fascinated me. In high school, I discovered graphic design and knew it was what I would do for the rest of my life. So, combining the best of my creative skills and personality, I’ve been a graphic designer since 1977.
Early in my career, I worked as an art director for a number of agencies and publications including S. E. A., Kenney Advertising, the Martha Vineyard Times, Martha’s Vineyard Magazine, and Casco Bay Weekly.
I have frequently done logo work as part of design projects. This has always been my favorite component. So in 1986 I opened my own firm specializing in corporate identity and graphic design. I’ve been lucky enough to have done work with clients as varied as the Black Dog Restaurant, Bowdoin College, and L. L. Bean.
Today, I’m older with much less hair, living and working in South Portland, Maine serving a variety of clients throughout New England.