Commercial vs. Fine Art

Over the past thirty-seven years I have worked for small business, ad agencies, architects, Fortune 500 companies and major industry with U.S. as well as international connections. My clients have discovered that my being both the photographer and the graphic designer on a project results in a more conceptually unified final product, one that can actually be produced within a realistic time line and on budget. Over the years, the two disciplines have coexisted very well resulting in an award winning body of work both commercially and artistically.

In the world of art, working both sides of the creative fence as I do is certainly nothing new. For centuries, artists have sold their services to various entities to produce work that falls into the category commonly referred to as "commercial work". The difficulty that befalls the fine artist in this relationship is the sacrifice of a small part of the creative independence that artists live by, while at the same time producing a creative solution that is first and foremost one that satisfies the clients requirements. Success depends in large part upon ones ability to communicate and work well with a broad range individuals who have varying degrees of knowledge and sophistication. For me, the outcome of these varied relationships have resulted in work that I am extremely proud of and my clients appreciate as the creative solution to their communication needs.

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