My career began in 1968 as an art director for a Switzerland based advertising company. Finding I had more to offer to a wider base, I started my own design studio in 1969. Then, I did everything from hand lettering signs, pen and ink illustration, art directing photography and paste-up (yes, the days of rubber cement, blue pencils and illustration board.)

Today I use the newest Macintosh technology. It’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks and I find myself sketching ideas with pencil and paper before they get near the computer.

After thirty-six years, I have amassed a solid core of freelance writers, photographers and vendors to meet any graphic design need.