1. Describe the type of entertainment you provide.
I make people laugh with my caricatures (and arsenal of tried and tested one-liners!) all over the greater New England area.
2. When and how did you get into this business?
A late bloomer, I started drawing caricatures at my local theme park at age 28. I think learned more about art and business that first summer of caricaturing than in my entire time at art school!
3. What is the most memorable event you have ever worked at?
There are a lot of “environmental hazards” such as noise, weather, late nights, long drives, dark environments, rowdy party guests, close-talkers with nacho-breath, etc to contend with in this field. I worked a children’s birthday party once where one kid threw a pillow at me mid-drawing! I’ll tell you the funny more adult stories in person.
4. What is one thing you’d like everyone to know about you?
I never stop learning and trying to be better at what I do. I believe a true artist is basically a perfectionist; we are always looking to improve our craft. For me, “the craft” includes not just my artwork, but also how I relate to my clients and subjects. I want you to relax and have fun so I can too!