I have been drawing and writing my entire life. When I was young, I spent my free time making comic books and movies, creating stories, and selling pet rocks. Later I studied industrial design and architecture but I've mostly worked professionally as a graphic and experience designer. I have won several awards—including a Clarion and an Apex—as part of a editorial team.
I am now a fancy pants Associate Professor and Head of the Art+Design program at the University of Idaho. I teach Drawing, New Media Theory, Visual Studies, Digital Imaging, and Design History.
I live in eastern Washington State with my wife, two daughters, a ridiculously scruffy cat named Donatello, and several generations of dust bunnies.
Visit my academic research page. It’s very exciting.