Sorry, content is still being added to this site and most of my mixed-media artwork has not been added at this time.
So much of my "digital" artwork combines analog with digital that I've brought the two into the same category of Digital & Mixed-media. Note though that some of my work is purely digital and some is traditional mixed-media.
I'm an almost daily user of Adobe's iPhone apps such as Photoshop Mix which I used to combine paintings, drawings, and photography in layers. I keep archives of background paintings and composite elements in the cloud as source material. I will also bring in drawings from my sketchbooks by using the Adobe Capture app to photograph them and convert them to vectors. These digital paintings are synchronized back through the cloud to my imaging workstation where they are proofed and finalized.
My digital work loosely began in the mid-1980's with my Commodore 64 computer and Okimate color printer. As a teenager in the late 1980's to early '90s I used early PC math software and invented random algebraic formulas to plot in 3D just to see what kind of image would be produced. It was an artistic game. With some persistence an interesting 3D wire-frame image would be created. Later in college I focused on computer graphics and did early work in virtual reality.