Among my free-lance clients have been The Washington Post, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Nature Conservancy,
the National Academy of Sciences, and the Smithsonian Institution. I was employed for fifteen years as illustrator and designer
at the National Science Resources Center, and have taught drawing and printmaking in the Resident Associates Programs
of the Smithsonian Institution since 1987.
I am interested in literature, poetry, and history as well as art; my lifelong fascination has been with the many ways
of relating or combining words and pictures. As an artist and printmaker, I work chiefly in pen-and-ink, woodcut,
and watercolor. My main subjects are the human figure and landscape. My woodcuts are exhibited
at the Washington Printmakers Gallery.