Bill the tuxedo man
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Creative Designer/Illustrator with extensive experience providing imagery for, but not limited to: Advertising Illustration, Book and Magazine Illustration, Catalogs, Web Content, Animated .Gif Banners, Product Illustration and Packaging Design.
Professional Capabilities
Traditional Skills

Pencil/Pen and Ink
Oil painting

Comp Art/Story Boards
Software Proficiency

Adobe Photoshop CS4
Adobe Illustrator CS4
Work Experience
Working with both local and national ad agencies and often with the clients directly, I have continually created successful illustration and design projects, which have met or surpassed the director’s specifications.

textbulletEspecially proficient at producing highly professional and eye-catching design, developing original and licensed characters and conceptual/technical/photo realistic illustration.

textbulletDeveloped an “elderly woman comic duo” for a series of trade magazine advertisments for Keptel, a telephone network interface company (their ubiquitous grey box is most likely attached to the side of your home or office) which were considered “most recalled or recognized ad” in a reader poll.

textbulletCreated a series of cartoon illustrations for MCA Music Publishing Co. based on Universal’s classic movie monsters, Frankenstein, Dracula, Wolfman and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Their images were modified enough to avoid copyright infringement.

textbulletDesigned original “alien” targets for Six Flags Great Adventure shooting gallery.

textbulletWorked with a team of other illustrators on the “Joe Camel” R.J.Reynolds Tobacco Co. account and successfully mimicked approved character design for their ad campaign.

textbulletConceived a cartoon mascot for Stag Beer, a division of Anheuser-Busch, Mauritius.

textbulletProvided artwork for the US Army as a vendor for several civilian advertising agencies, which included conceptual aircraft and battle scenarios for powerpoint presentations, montage images for a scanner mural and supporting promotional material.

textbulletCreated icons and vector art for How To Fix Every-thing, a “how-to-do” book for Simon & Schuster, Inc.





Fees are determined on a per-project basis taking into consideration factors such as job complexity, deadlines and intended use of the art. Comparative fees for artwork can be found in the Graphic Artists Guild Handbook PRICING & ETHICAL GUIDELINES, and are open to negotiation.