Monday, May 24, 2010


Tell me 5 things everyone should know about you

1 I served in the USAF, Army Reserve, and worked as a security contractor in South America.

2 I am the Art Director for World Rabies Day an initiative of the Global Alliance for Rabies Control.

3 I set up and maintain the Zazzle shop which benefits the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.

4 My military designs are researched and historically accurate, I don't use scanned patches or low resolution images. All of my military designs are highly detailed designs created in Adobe Illustrator.

5 I work out of my home in Kansas and sell my t-shirts and other merchandise to people all over the world. This allows me to stay home and take care of my 5 year old son and daughter that will be born any day now. I never could have done this 10 years ago. It's a great world we are living in today.

Do you have any formal art or computer training?

I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Kansas State University.

If you had to pick a birthday gift for someone, from any shop that is NOT yours, which would you pick and why?
something from vintagecabaret's Store at Zazzle I love Art Nouveau and many other people do also. Lots of great classics to choose from and great decorator pieces.

What programs do you use to make your designs?

Primarily Adobe Illustrator, sometimes Photoshop.

What advice would you give a friend if they wanted to try zazzling?

Learn some marketing and networking skills to promote your products.
No one will buy them if they don't know about them.

If you were watching TV and saw an actor in a sitcom wearing your shirt/your poster or card was in the set what would you do?

Jump up and down, tell my wife, post about it on my Facebook fan page, then I'd probably walk around all day with a cheezy grin on my face.

List your shops:

Here are a few of them

Pick three designs to be featured:

SAS shirt
SAS by ukarmy
Browse other Special T-Shirts

editors picks

Airborne 2 shirt
Airborne 2 by armyairborne
Make a custom tshirt on

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