Things to know

Content over eye candy

Your audience wants content-rich graphics. Because of my background as a graphics editor, I know how to sift through information and glean the graphic possibilities. I prioritize content over design. The best infographics actually say something.

Fast and accurate

My paper-training has made very sensitive to deadlines. I won't disappear with your project. Art directors love me because I strive to create great graphics with no problems.

An interest in everything

Oil, gas, environment, health, banking, trains, planes, and automobiles: In my more than 20 years of freelancing, I've handled just about every subject. The more complicated, the better.


I respect your company secrets. I work with inventors, investors, and competitors. I run a secure one-person office and I have no problem signing NDAs. A do a lot of in-comapny graphics that are highly confidential.

Projects large and small

Some of my jobs are only one chart; my largest project required 280 maps. I routinely handle complicated jobs and I can always pull in talented helpers when needed.

Let's go!

Need real-time graphics at your next event? Want to meet in person? One of my goals this year is to get out of the studio so if your project requires travel, I'm game!

Hot off the press

Colorado: A Historial Atlas headed to press

I'm very excited that after three years of work, Colorado: A Historical Atlas is headed to press. The atlas, being published by University of Oklahoma Press, has been a labor of love with author Tom Noel. I built more than 100 color maps for the book, some of them requiring topographical backgrounds built from USGS Digital Elevation Model (DEM) data. To see some of my favorite maps in the atlas, click here.

For more information or to order a copy, click here.

A book that explains many of today's headlines

I get to work on some of the most interesting projects. I did a dozen maps and charts for Following Oil by Tom Petrie, former vice chairman of Merrill Lynch and currently head of Petrie Partners in Denver. Tom details what he's seen in his 40 years of analyzing oil markets and what may lie ahead in our search for clean energy.

For more information or to order a copy, click here.

Texas: A Historial Atlas sold out as hard-cover, now in paperback

My Texas atlas, first published in 2010, has been a great success and is now available only as a paperback—a heavy one. The 432-page includes more than 175 maps and 45 charts. To see some of the maps and drawings from the book, click here.

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Check it out

Data visualization group organized

If data blows your skirts up, I encourage you to come to the DFW DataViz & Infographics monthly meetup. It usually gathers at the SMU campus in Dallas or in Plano. For more info.

Link to Randy Krum infographic book

Cool Infographics book says it all

Recently read Randy Krum's "Cool Infographics" book from cover to cover. It's first time I've seen a book articulate so well so many things about infographics that I've learned over the years. If you are looking for a great tutorial on the infographics business, I highly recommend it.

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