My portfolio section is broken down into three distinct areas: design, advertising, and web. I feel comfortable showing a few pieces of the work that I’ve done during my career in these three areas.

Even though I made my living creating printads and television commercials for the first several decades of my career, I have worked on a large number of design projects including corporate brochures, annual reports, corporate identity systems and product packaging.

The process involved in developing a successful design solution is very different from creating a successful advertising campaign. I continue to enjoy working on design projects, and I have been fortunate to work for such a varied client base.

Throughout most of my career, I have been involved in the creation and production of print and television advertising. My first job after college in 1971 was at Wilson Haight and Welch in Hartford, Connecticut – the largest advertising agency in New England. In just a few years it was gone and I learned an invaluable lesson about the advertising industry. You are only as good as your last ad.

I’ve been fortunate enough to work at several of the world’s most successful and cutting edge agencies. I spent four years at Hill Holliday in the US and in Europe and three years at DDB Needham in Honolulu. Between Hill Holliday and DDB Needham, I was a partner for ten years at Clarke Goward Fitts..

All the time that I have been in business, I have continued to pursue my interest in fine arts photography.
Collecting photographs.
Curating exhibitions.
Shooting my own work.
My work has been exhibited in numerous group and solo shows in galleries throughout New England.