In his early 20's Jeffrey moved to New York City from California. He

was an Associate Professor at Pratt Institute, Head of the Art and Film Department at Loyola School and a Master Lithographer at The Bank Street Atelier. Jeffrey's artwork was born from his experiences in the late 70's making his way with friends through the front doors of Studio 54, The Palladium, and The Limelight.  The early works characterize the

clubs wild erotic atmosphere and the over the top voguing attitude of the crowd. Upon returning to his studio Jeffrey painted this seductive theme in his series New York Noir. His later work developed from an instinctive perception of the inner emotions present in those surrounding him and those who morally or maliciously determine the fortunes of others. Please be Jeffrey's guest and view his life's artistic passion through his Collection of Posters.

"There are works which wait, and which one does not understand for a long time; the reason is that they bring answers to questions which have not yet been raised; for the question often arrives a terribly long time after the answer."
Oscar Wilde

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