>I've learned a few things about "Exposure" over the years. When you first start, the thinking is you need to get your name out there. You want to maximize the options for people being able to find your work and generate sales. All you have to do is be discovered for the genius you are and the rest will take care of itself, right?
I was first published in 1974, which was a cartoon in a magazine. Did you catch that? NINETEEN-SEVENTY-FOUR. Thus began my career as an artist. Over the years I've done freelance drawing, watercolor and oil painting and of course, photography. I also graduated from college with a degree in Computer Science.
It was a completely different world in the Eighties and Nineties when trying to sell yourself. It involved a lot of writing letters and submitting material.... [ Read more...