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My professional life of putting words and pictures together has taken me on adventures around the world.
• Faculty member for 25 years
• Exhibited in more than 40 countries
• Won a prestigious National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) fellowship, an NEA Regional Artists’ Project grant, the Governor’s International Exchange Program grant, residencies at the Ragdale Foundation, the 1st International Symposium for Artists Books and the Artistic Book in Cairo, Egypt and at Technos University in Tokyo, Japan
• Three of my comics were featured at the 2013 Barcelona Book Fair
• Collected by the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, IBM, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the New York Public Library, among many others
• Keynoted at the Guadalajara Book Festival, CAMEX and the 1st Illinois Ebook Conference
• Ambassador for the Reading with Pictures organization
• Co-founder of (r)Evolutionary (e)Books and the (r)Evolutionary (e)Books Press
• Work will be featured in two exhibitions this fall: the 'Big Fat Scary Deal' Show at Purdue University and, Oct. 19 & 20, at ARTEAST in Edwardsville, IL
• Included in the 2014 Who's Who in American Art
• Joined the Supermen of America in 1958
• 1st Marvelmaniac-of-the-Month in 1969 by Mark Evanier
• Won a coveted No-Prize from Stan Lee
• Attained the hallowed rank of P.M.M., Permanent Marvelite Maximus
• Taught manga at Technos University in Tokyo; illustration at Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Vision in Salzburg; and has lectured on creating comics around the world
• Wascally studied with leading international illustrators such as Germany’s Luis Murschetz, as well as current comic greats, Christopher Moeller, Scott McCloud and Matt Kindt
The Origin of My Secret Identity, Wascally Wee Willy
I love art. I love comics. My inspiration and artistic themes come from the banned comics of the 1950s. I tell my comic stories using quilt-like interwoven patterns, color, graphics and word balloons. I have been a highly successful book artist for thirty years, working primarily in digital formats for the last two decades.