David Trulli (1960, New York/USA) works primarily in scratchboard, scratching images into ink-coated, clay surfaces on wood panels that are often quite large by traditional standards. A former cinematographer, Trulli blends that experience with his admiration of the master wood-engravers of the 1930’s to produce intricate pieces. According to Artweek critic Charlene Roth, “his black-and-white renderings show still moments, but these are a view of a gathering of energy before screams of panic.” Trulli has been profiled in the L.A. Times, Juxtapoz, Artweek, Fabrik, ArtScene and others. David Trulli was born in New York, currently resides in Los Angeles, and has a studio in Hollywood.