London launched his career painting local murals and illustrating magazine articles and album covers. His big break came when he was hired to illustrate the award-winning picture book March On! The Day My Brother Martin Changed the World (Scholastic), written by Christine King Farris, the older sister of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Since then London has illustrated numerous critically acclaimed children’s books and other projects.

London's subtly textured acrylic paintings combine thick and thin layers with touches of pastel and colored pencil to bring his diverse subjects to life. Each unique image is steeped in intensity and emotion, a reflection of the artist himself. London's varied influences range from comic books and graphic novels to classic and contemporary artists.

London lives and creates in Syracuse, NY.

London is represented by Lori Nowicki of Painted-Words.