As long as he could remember he doodled and dreamed. That was evident in school where he would daydream about monsters and space men on Mars (which, by the way, got me him in a lot of trouble). His art teacher, on the other hand, did not scold him, but encouraged him to put his talents to better use. So he began entering his artwork in local contests; 95% of the time he won blue ribbons or awards, and eventually he won a scholarship from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia.
Upon graduation in 1993, he moved to Maryland and started showing his work in local galleries. He quickly gained a solid client base, which allowed him to open his own studio, EW Illustration. This is when he started to experiment with computer art, 3-D programs, and graphic and painting programs. The business really took off in 1995 when he started to land large accounts.
He has enjoyed working on many exciting projects and has found great opportunities for illustration, graphic design, 3-D work for on-line video games, and more. He has worked for a vast array of clients such as, Del Rey Publishing, Hasbro, and Wizards of the Coast.
His experiences have provided him with a large working perspective, including computer art, sculpture, oil, acrylic, and 3-D.
He still daydreams and doodles, but now its all in a day’s work.