grew up in suburban New Jersey, where he developed a keen interest in
history and folklore, often of the unusual variety. Well versed in such
weirdness by 1995, he moved to Washington to pursue a career in the
video game industry. While amassing art and animation credits on a wide
range of game titles (from Leisure Suit Larry to Lemony
Snicket), he began contributing material to Weird N.J. magazine on the side. This led directly to illustration
assignments for the Weird U.S.
book series and the co-authorship of Weird Washington, his first book.
An avid film buff, cartoonist, and budding photographer, he lives
relatively close to Seattle with his wife and a talking dog.
start in Weird Washington
Here is a link to Al's website: www.eufrasio.com
He has also included his resume
here. Remember, we are constantly on the lookout for more weird sites, odd
characters, local legends, and offbeat history in Washington and Oregon!
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