Mr Sullivan has over 38 years experience as a professional photographer, having formed a successful advertising photo studio back in 1977. Since that time he has been a Contributing Editor to HOW Magazine, lectured numerous times at Macworld and The Seybold Seminars, written the first layman's book on flatbed scanners in 1994, and in 2001 offered an exclusive art reproduction service for artists of all media known locally as The Printwright Studio which continues to this day. He has won numerous national and international awards for his artwork. He is currently working on a personal project documenting the enigmatic island of Monhegan off the coast of Maine. Additionally, he is prepping for a solo show at The Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA. He lives in the rustic village of Marshfield Hills, Massachusetts with his artist wife Liz Haywood-Sullivan and their two poodles.