Dennis joined The Focal Point in 2000 after he had received his BS in Graphic Design and BA in Studio Art and Painting from UC Davis. Since then he has grown and matured alongside The Focal Point and is proud to have contributed to, as well as graphically led cases like Xilinx v. Altera, Chiron v. Genentech, and Verderber v. Reno-Hilton. As a designer, Dennis appreciates the creativity and teamwork embodied in The Focal Point's process. When he isn't channeling his creative energy at work, Dennis can be found sketching and photographing, watching movies, or hanging out with his dogs.
“Each night, when I go to sleep, I die. And the next morning, when I wake up, I am reborn.”