Year of birth - 1957
Training - One art course in college where I received a D. The professor said my proportions were off. I said Picasso's proportions were off. He said I wasn't Picasso. My noses are directly proportional to the size of feet, all of which are always large.
First published in - The Intowner, a free weekly in Washington D.C. I was amazed the editor picked the cartoon he did because in my mind it was and still is one of the worst cartoons I ever drew. This may explain why I didn't sell another cartoon for six months.
Year first published - 1981
Cartoons published in - Hundreds of publications, ranging from the Saturday Evening Post to the Oregonian, to trade journals whose audiences range from anemic agriculturalists or Zen zoologists.
Exhibitions - When the Warsaw Museum of Diving approached me about exhibiting some of my SCUBA cartoons I thought it was--what else--a Polish Joke. But it wasn't. My work has also appeared in the Zenum International Salon of Caricature in Belgrade and at the UN.
Awards - None as a cartoonist, unless you count the time I once won the Cartoon of the Week contest on the The Wisenheimer, a cartoonists' board. As a naturalist, though, I was named the Pacific Northwest Naturalist of the year in 1994. My parents were very proud.
Books illustrated - My cartoons have appeared in hundreds of books, on topics ranging from nanotechnology, archaeology, human rights and surviving writing a pre-nuptial agreement. My work has also appeared in dozens of cartoon anthologies.
Specific expertise - I can tie my shoes by myself.
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