I present my slightly off-center view of the world through my digital illustrations. I received a BFA in painting and drawing (with a heavy influence from the printmaking department) in 1979 and then ventured into the world of commercial illustration. In 1992, my traditional illustration tools were replaced by a computer and Painter version 1. Painter has now become my primary tool for creating digital woodcuts and scratchboard-style images. I create illustrations for advertising, design, publishing, editorial, and corporate clients—and as usual, no electrons are harmed in the process.