Born 1947 in USA.
Carter Todd left school after only nine years. A fragile child, he suffered from epilepsy. As an adult, he worked in a popcorn stand at the Indianopolis Speedway, later as a filling station attendant. He began drawing around 1980, during his stay in a center for alcohol treatment. The subjects of his drawings are buildings, suburban houses, schoolhouses, churches, hospitals, or pizzerias, drawn from a multitude of perspectives. Carter is very precise in detailing all components : the bricks, the shingles, the mullions of their windows.