Frank is a native Oregonian and has been creating art since he can remember. His love of travel and interest in business took him to Manhattan where he worked in sales and design, eventually opening a design/marketing consulting firm with clients ranging from Disney to the Museum of Modern Art. In 1989 Frank was in a serious bus accident, closed his consulting firm, and returned to school to paint. In the 90s he worked with AIDS organizations in LA, New York and Berlin and was co-publisher of “100 Legends,” the first portfolio of art of AIDS patients, including women in prison, poets and children. Frank lives the healing power of art everyday.