I am a illustrator working in the Kansas City, Missouri area. Trained in fine and commercial art, I work across a range of traditional and digital mediums to
achive the desired eyecatching results. Clients trust me to craft custom visual solutions for their projects and bring life to their ideas. My philosophy when
approaching a challenge is that no matter what the project, there is always room to give it a unique look.
Agri Star • Icon Design • Whispering Press • Sunset Foods • Williams Foods • The Jev Group • Ameristar Casino • Kansas City Magazine
Clover Wreath Farms • Three Dog Bakery • Creative Source Group • Bombshell Concepts • Bottled Brands • American Italian Past company
Chicago Tribune Direct • Guerrilla Design • Sweetwood Creative
1. What do your illustration services cost?
It depends entirely on your needs – no client or illustration job is ever the same. For each illustration project I listen to the client’s specifications and ask
questions so I can make an unique proposal for them.
2. How long will the project take?
A detailed book cover illustration might take 2 or 3 weeks, but if needed can be done in just 1 week or less. A part of the time depends on the client as well,
he or she often looks at sketches and concepts for approval before I continue work.
2. What is the procedure for an illustration job?
The client and I sign a contract that outlines all important terms, I take 50% of payment upfront, send sketches for approval, finalize the work and send
it to the client with an invoice for the remaining 50% of payment. There are sometimes variations and differences in the procedure depending on the job
and the client, but for each job I make sure that the terms are clear in the beginning. What the client pays and receives, how long the job takes, how
many work-in-progress images the client receives for feedback, how many minor and major changes are included.