Dwight Douglas was born in Pittsburgh, PA and attended Point Park University where he studied Journalism and Communication. He was a film-telecine technician on the PBS TV show Mister Rogers Neighborhood and he worked at the American Broadcasting Companies as they were developing their FM properties. Dwight was a worldwide radio consultant for 25 years and instrumental in recruiting and coaching high-profile radio morning shows, including Howard Stern. In 2000, Douglas moved to New York to become a marketing executive at a multinational software company. In that same time, he produced www.whackotv.com, a comedy web site, and throughout his career he has authored numerous screenplays, many magazine articles and several books. He is also a prolific doodler and cartoonist fueled by a twisted sense of hummus, which you will plainly see while visiting this site..
These were my primary influences, Mad Magazine, my crazy family, and R. Crumb and Zap Comix: