Rich DiSilvio (born in New York, USA) is an artist, new media developer, author, and architectural designer. He is noted for his work in the advertising & design field. His work has appeared in numerous mediums from print to web to multimedia, while some of his fine art can be seen in the print editions of Decor magazine, as well as online at Guitar 9 and several art galleries. His fantasy and surrealistic illustrations have appeared on book covers and he creates works in the role of photographer, fine artist and digital artist. He has done corporate and entertainment work, including "The War Zone", James Cameron's "The Lost Tomb of Jesus", "Monty Python: Almost the Truth" and many others. His album cover artwork for the music industry can be seen at major music stores, such Tower Records, CD Universe and others. DiSilvio's historical book, The Winds of Time, has received favorable reviews in Primo magazine and by other publications, such as the "Golden Lion" published by the Order of the Sons of Italy, by John La Corte PhD Professor Emeritus at California State University, and on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com by the general public. He has also written two historical novels that also received favorable reviews.