As both a graphic designer and illustrator, as well as a generally creative person who also does a bit of writing, I wear many hats. One’s choice in hats is like art—it’s very subjective, and no two people seem to have the same tastes. However, as sole proprietor, I’m the one wearing the hats here, and these are a few of MY favorites. While you may not like my hats, I think you’ll find that you’ll like what I can do for YOU. My many hats also reveal a little something about me.
|Lucky Fishing Hat. I caught my biggest trout to date while wearing this hat, thus the exalted status. It also keeps the sun and rain off, and protects my ears from being pierced when casting flies in the wind (chuck and duck).|
|Eat A Peach. The Allman Brothers Band is my all-time favorite band. I got into their music when I was an impressionable young lad, and never got over them. My ipod has 30GB of music on it, and rarely do I listen to anything other than the ABB. Drives my kids nuts.|
|Washington State University. Through leans times and Rose Bowl years, I am crimson and gray to the core. This particular hat has made the trip to Pasadena twice (in 1998 and again in 2003. I missed the Rose Bowl games in 1916 and 1931). Go COUGS!|
|Traditional Taekwon-Do College in Duvall. Taekwon-Do has been a guiding light for me for many years. It’s much more than kicking and punching. Please note that this hat is not a sanctioned part of our uniform. We wear a traditional style karate “gi,” and no shoes.|
|Olive the Woolly Bugger. This is, admittedly, a shameless plug for my series of children’s fly-fishing books.|