has worked as a freelance artist, graphic designer, medica! illustrator, muralist, and writer. He has also designed and painted five theatre sets in England.
Mr.Willhoite has published cartoons and caricatures in "The Washington Blade", a gay newspaper in Washington, DC. In January of 1989 a selection of his caricatures received their first gallery showing, at the Michael Himovitz Gallery in Sacramento, CA. This was sponsored by Jane Fonda as an AIDS benefit.
In addition to his posters and freelance artwork, Mr.Willhoite has written and/ or illustrated some sixteen books. His first was "Now far My Next Trick", a collection of his cartoons from The Washington Blade. Two collections of caricatures followed: "Mellbers of the Tribe" and "Willlwite's Hollywood".In1989 his publisher first established a line of books for children with gay and lesbian parents, the first being Willhoite's "Daddy's Roommate". It was followed by a sequel, "Daddy's Wedding", published in the spring of 1996. In 1994, "Daddy's Roommate" was published in Germany as "Papas Freund" in 2010 it was published in Denmark as "Fars Nye Ven". In between came other children's books: "Families", a coloring book (also translated into Icelandic);"The Entertainer", a story told entirely in illustrations, and "Uncle What-Is-It is Coming to Visit!!", which was also adapted for the
stage (produced at Speakeasy Stage in Boston in the spring of 1997.) He has illustrated numerous other books, among them, Leslea Newman's "Belinda's Bouquet".
He has published two novels for adults, "The Venetian Boy" and "The Goddess of Destruction."