Dave is a graduate with honors from the School of Visual Arts in NYC. He is a proud member of the Society of Illustrators (when inducted into SOI, the usual juried vote was waived).
Over the years, he's been commissioned by publications, corporations and organizations throughout the world.
Dave's originals and prints are in the private collections of corporations such as MERCEDES-BENZ, IBM, SAS, ADP, and the UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO HOSPITALS among others.
His work has been featured in SBS DIGITAL DESIGN and AMERICAN ARTIST and he was interviewed by NPR, NBC, among others about his work. Dave has won several awards for his illustrations.
His illustration originally created for the 1996 NYC Marathon poster, featuring the two World Trade Center towers, is now part of the permanent collection at the Sept 11th Memorial Museum in New York City.
Another of Dave's illustrations about 9/11 was one of only 50 paintings selected from worldwide submissions to displayed at the United Nations to commemorate the 10th anniversary of that terrible day.
His one and only children's book (so far), When I Wished I Was Alone was named a Best of Read to Me Picture Book by Borders and was featured by Barnes & Noble the year it was published.
LIFE OUTSIDE ILLUSTRATION.
Dave lives with his gorgeous wife Carol, their two beautiful children, and beloved bearded collie in Westport, CT.
His other passions include being an inventor and entrepreneur: Click on the logo below to learn more.