He is a children’s book author—illustrator and freelance children’s book illustrator.
He spent 16 years in the imprinted sportswear industry before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, to work as illustrator on The Beginner’s Bible series of books.
He began writing in 2008, mainly Christian stories with moral lessons, but also general-market children’s books with Christian values. He has authored/illustrated 8 books: Ten Unusual Features of Lulu McDunn (2010, Gauthier Publ.), Food for a Fish and Good News of Great Joy (2012, David C. Cook), The Biggest and Toughest and Daniel for Lunch (2013, David C. Cook), a 20-story rhyming storybook, Treasury of Bible Stories–Rhythmical Rhymes of Biblical Times (2014, David C Cook), Bicycling Rules of the Road and The Cycling Wangdoos ( 2017, Schiffer Publishing.)
He continues to do freelance children’s book illustration as well as write. I’m currently working on a Christian children’s book series, potentially with HIM Publications Kids, about a group of friends who use Bible scripture to guide them through problems that arise on their adventures.
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