Short Answer: Yes. Sometimes. Maybe. No.

Long Answer:
I still do work for my long-time clients, yes. And, yes, I sometimes take on new clients. Would I consider taking you on as a client? Maybe. Depends on how well we get along during the interview process. Will I work for pennies on the dollar? Absolutely NOT. Nor will I work for wafflers, procrastinators, shirkers, or skinflints.

Graphic art projects require me using my skills and my talent to try to create either something you’ve got in your head and are trying to communicate to me, or else taking shots in the dark to try to come up with something you might like. Very rarely are you willing to let me, the artist, ‘do art’. I’m supposed to be a machine, plugged into your desires, to produce what you want, but most of you haven’t any real clue what you want, much less what works. Plus, most of you don’t want to spend the money someone who lives in a ‘first world’ country must charge to work on your project. So my suggestion is to use the tools provided you by various services around the Net or go hire someone from one of the freelance sites like

Things I do: videography, vector graphics (art created using vectors is suitable for everything from etching inside a wedding band to tiny business cards to custom car paint jobs to billboards), and, of course, raster images. Minimum charge is $150 USD for me to even open up a file for the project, half down due before I will start (non-refundable), balance due upon completion of the project. You’ll receive the final, clean, unwatermarked files once you pay your bill in full. Copyright is always yours, because this is a work-for-hire contract, any model releases notarized and sent to you via delivery confirmation/signature required.

Am I hungry for clients or work? No. Sorry. Go find a starving third-worlder.