Since 1980 Pat Rawlings has been telling stories of what our future in space could be. His visuals, usually include people as he always envisions us as being there with him. He’s done commissions for NASA Headquarters, JPL, Kennedy Space Center, Johnson Space Center, Marshall Space Flight Center, and Glenn Research Center. In addition, he did art for The New York Times, Walt Disney, National Geographic, IMAX, and many other clients. His career bridges the critical gap from traditional art to digital art. He is equally comfortable in both. He lives with his wife in Wimberley, Texas.