I specialize in gag cartoons and caricatures but am quite skilled in producing editorial cartoons, editorial illustrations, storyboards, children’s books, spot illustrations and carbon dioxide. You may remember me from such gag cartoons in the “New Yorker” such as, “Guess Who?” or “I said I don’t want to fight. That’s your cue to apologize.” Or, you may not. My cartoons have also appeared in “Reader’s Digest”, “Funny Times”, “The Lo Down” and “The Villager”.
I was born on the isle of Manhattan and raised, in Jersey. I escaped to art school, the prestigious Pratt Institute in Brooklyn who saw fit to give me a BFA in Art Direction. I ping-ponged across the Hudson before settling into the Lower East Side, where I now reside with my wife, two sons and our rescue mutt, Lola.
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