My art, drafted the old-fashioned way, with pen and paper, was born out of my love of drawing, Pop-culture and television. My floorplans are a product of my imagination. They bring life to iconic homes that have never actually existed and give an entertaining and intimate peek into the lives of our favorite television characters. I've created more than 150 floorplans for fictional television homes spanning seven decades. You'll find that my floorplans are great conversation pieces. They generate a lot of interesting dialogue when people get in front of them. From a historical perspective, the floorplans represent how America’s values and our culture have evolved since the 1950s. America has come a long way since the era of the twin beds on I Love Lucy and The Dick Van Dyke Show. My floorplans merge Pop-art with celebrity to form artwork that doesn’t just entertain and engage, but captures the evolution of the American TV home over the last seven decades. Yahoo News has called me "an incredibly clever and talented artist" and describes my works as "the ultimate unique gift for a TV fan." My art has also been featured in Family Circle magazine's best gifts of 2018 and Real Simple magazine's best gifts of 2017. I've also been featured on national television, NBC’s Today Show, The Marilyn Denis Show, print media including the National Post, The Kansas City Star, 24 Hour Magazine, Canadian Living, the Vancouver Sun and numerous blogs and websites. When I'm not drawing a new floorplan, I enjoy watching television or “conducting research” as I like to call it.