After a promising beginning, Bob has become a paunchy, middle-aged man with little bird legs and low self esteem. Corporate America has all but broken his spirit and robbed him of his will to live, but, with the help of powerful medication, he somehow finds the inner strength to amuse himself by drawing mindless sketches and making pointless videos. He lives in Atlanta, can’t get a date and spends his spare time watching his hair turn white.
With over twenty years’ experience as editor, copy writer and creative director, Bob’s work has appeared in New York Newsday and in newspapers throughout the U.S. and Canada. Since 1996, Bob has been employed by some of the finest Brand Communications agencies in the nation, including seven years at Jack Morton Worldwide. Bob has worked with a multitude of clients, including The Coca-Cola Company, United Parcel Service, Cartoon Network, The Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Merrill Lynch and Eli Lilly and Company. He hasn’t the passion to write the great American novel, the pluck to write biting satire nor the grit to write straight journalism, so Bob writes frivolous doggerel and facetious articles to amuse himself.