My early personal artwork was photography and artists’ books. My individual works of artists’ books have been collected by most of the nationally significant museums in the country. I was the co-founder of Chicago Books. The goal was to establish an offset printing facility for artists to explore the commercial technology of offset printing techniques and to produce artists’ books. At Chicago Books, I made my own personal artists’ books as well as collaborated with other artists to make artists’ books. During the next 10 years, Chicago Books received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Illinois Arts Council, The New York Council for the Arts and many private donors. The artists’ books produced at Chicago Books were extremely successful and are recognized today as being at the forefront of an artistic movement in artist book collaborations and historically noted for their technical explorations of the printing process.