A member of his local Sons of Confederate Veterans camp, Daryl Hutchinson explains that his goal is “to create a wider understanding of the South and to perpetuate the memory of our Confederate ancestors.” He strives to accomplish this through his artwork and through efforts such as cemetery preservation. He enjoys traveling to Civil War re-enactments, antebellum mansions and battlefields, and performing genealogical research into his Confederate ancestry.
Hutchinson is an illustrator/designer at Super Duper Publications and a publisher of children's educational products. His artistic endeavors range from creating interactive CDs, working with software for 3D graphics and animation, to traditional pen and ink illustrations.
Hutchinson has previously worked as a senior designer for Ford Motor Company and as creative director for the Tampa Tribune. He has received a first place Technical Illustration Award from MacWorld Magazine in 1989, a Cunningham Award for Most Outstanding SCV (Sons of Confederate Veterans) Camp Newsletter, and in 2005, he received the SCV Alexander H. Stephens Camp #78 Commanders Award.
Hutchinson resides in Travelers Rest, South Carolina.
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