I've been cartooning for most of my life. In 1989 through 1990, I produced an editorial cartoon called The LeftLane for a small town newspaper . It started as a political cartoon but degenerated into a series of pun-related gags. I changed the name to Fractured Facts because it was based on misinterpretation of commonly used colloquialisms.
The response from friends and relatives was great but editors and syndicates were less enthusiastic.

Meanwhile, Gannett's Rochester Democrat and Chronicle solicited samples from area cartoonists for a weekly spot showcasing local issues. My submission was one of 50 or so. Originally, the editors planned to rotate between 4 cartoonists. I was thrilled to find out they decided to use me exclusively.

For five years I cranked out my editorial cartoons in the D&C's Ourtowns section, but eventually, the editorial priorities of the section changed and we came to the mutual decision that the life of the cartoon had run it's course.

This collection includes many of the original Fractured Facts and a few editorial pieces that don't rely too heavily on local stories.

You can view the images one at a time or tour my virtual gallery. When you're finished, just close the window and I'll be right here. Have fun!