To help the exhibitor improve their Return On Investment (ROI)

Decades working with companies of all sizes in every industry to help them have a successful booth. Charles has a Bachelor of Art degree with a major in Graphic Design. He attended University of Georgia, Georgia State, Kennesaw College, and Atlanta College of Art.

Worked with one company at the same show for 21 years and with other companies for over 10 years.

Capturing originality for that one-of-a-kind experience.


​Includes Motown, Rush Enterprises, Peterbilt, Paveway Systems, Cooper Aerobics Center, JerDan, Nike, Ford, Monsanto, IBM, Sikorsky Helicopter, Champion Products, Piper Cub, Coca Cola, Nabisco, LeTourneau, Timberjack, 3M, Koehring, Solvay Enzymes, Grace Dearborne, Emerson Electric, Wilpak, Iowa Area Economic Development Group, Raytheon, Toyota, Morbark, Robarb, Bayer, Toro/Wheelehorse, C.B. Fleet, Loop Loc ...​


Include Florida Tow show, National League of Cities, WasteCon, Florida Landscape Architects, Nascar race, Pumper Show, Texas Tow Show, Florida League of Cities, Chicago Boat Show, Waste Expo, Con- Expo, World Of Concrete, American Rental Association, Comdex Computer Show, National Conference of State Legislatures, Army Show, Navy Show, International Spa & Pool Show, International poultry Expo, Institute of Food Technologist, National Business Aircraft Association, Helicopter Expo, Forrest Products Expo, Lawn & Garden Expo, Offshore Technology Conference​

The Vision

To see more of my work, view my portfolio...


I do not draw caricatures. A caricature is defined as a distortion of prominent features to make the person look grotesque or humorous. My drawings are cartoon portraits. If you have a big nose, a caricature artist will make it huge, or if you are overweight, a caricature artist will make you look like a blimp. Also, most caricature artists sketch your head, and draw a stock body like someone riding a rocket. I ask each person what is their hobby, or interests, and draw a cartoon of them doing what they like to do on paper imprinted with your company logo. Everyone says my drawings portray the subject in a positive light.
Most caricature artists take 10,15,or 20 minutes PER drawing. I average 30 to 60 drawings per hour. The companies I work for get long term advertising benefits when a majority of the customers & prospects I draw say they will frame & hang the drawing in their office. "