Specializing in illustration and design his artwork has appeared in numerous ads, posters, packages, stamps, annual reports and on the Internet. Dan enjoys doing illustrations that incorporate type and can also be called on to design and illustrate corporate logotypes and icons. A winner of numerous major awards including a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators, Dan's work has appeared in Communication Arts, Graphis Posters and Design Annuals, 3 x 3 Annual, as well as the Society of Illustrators Annual.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio Dan graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a major in graphic design. After a brief stint with the National Park Service in Denver and as a designer with Cato Johnson in Cincinnati, he moved to Chicago to begin a freelance career. Dan and his wife now live in Clarendon Hills, Illinois.
Recent Clients Include: Alabama Bureau of Tourism, Bogle Vineyards, Cunard Line, Dunlop Tire, Fiat, J P Morgan Chase, Miller Brewing Company, Netflix, New York Times, Santa Barbara Tourism, Shell Oil Company, Soho Press, Starwood Hotels, Texas Monthly, United States Postal Service, WGBH Boston, Wall Street Journal.
The Fine Arts Building was originally built for the Studebaker Company and has been an artist haven since 1898. It's home to painters, dancers, musicians, instrument makers and more. Located on South Michigan Avenue, it's just blocks away from the Chicago Art Institute, Grant Park and the Lakefront.