Victor Juhasz has been illustrating since 1974 (Parsons School of Design graduate-’75) for many of the major magazines, newspapers, book publishers, and ad agencies, both national and international. Caricature and humorous, satirical illustration comprise the main body of his work but his love of drawing has allowed him to cross over to other aspects of the profession. He was the courtroom artist for the Washington Post during the John Hinckley trial. Victor serves on the board of directors of the Society of Illustrators. He is a member of the USAF Art Program through the Society and his work is part of the permanent collection of the USAF. His drawings and paintings have documented the training of Special Ops, Combat Control units and the Pararescue (PJ) teams. In early 2011 he began collaborating with combat artist and former Marine, Michael D. Fay on the Joe Bonham Project, drawing and painting, as part of an historical documentation, the wounded warriors returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Victor is now a member of the International Society of War Artists having embedded in August 2011 with the 1-52nd Arctic Dustoff, an Army helicopter MEDEVAC unit in Kandahar, Afghanistan, accompanying the medic teams on missions recovering wounded NATO and Afghan troops and civilians. His drawings and writings are scheduled for publication this July on GQ Online. Vic is also a member of TROOPS FIRST FOUNDATION, a non-profit troop support organization co-founded by former golf pro and TV commentator David Feherty and former ad exec Rick Kell. With TROOPS FIRST he has visited troops in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan, drawing soldiers and Marines and sending the originals to family back home. Victor lives with his wife, Terri Cole, a motivational speaker and psychotherapist, in the NY Berkshires. They have three sons and two grandchildren.