My art is about personal mythology. The unreliable nature of memory. In 1966 I left a Fine Arts Scholarship at the School Of Visual Arts and enlisted in the Army to be a photographer. Five months later I found myself in Viet Nam armed with a Leica M3 and a couple of Nikons. I work with acrylics, and oil paint sticks and create art on the computer, archival ink prints built mostly with photographs I’ve taken and manipulated. Since 1970, I’ve worked in advertising, as a writer, art director and creative director. I retired a few years ago, and now work on my art full time.