it's the cover artist of Carrier: The war in the Pacific 1941-1945 from Omega games. His name appears in the game credits
"...paintings have been displayed around the world including Washington DC, New York, Paris, and London. I have painted for NASA and the Airforce Art Collection. My Brother Robert Gillespie, also an artist, taught me how to draw at an early age. We drew airplanes and sports cars which were a big part of our lives growing up in New York in the 60s and 70s. Our father was a pilot and that translated into a sky’s-the-limit mentality. ... After making several trips to Florida when I was young, my family made it their permanent home in 1975. ... Working closely with engineers, I helped visualize concepts for military and NASA projects for over 15 years, working on Space Shuttle, Space Station, Hubble Space Telescope, Lunar and Mars Missions. During this time I became a charter member of The American Society of Aviation Artists. I was fortunate to be mentored by some of the best artists and illustrators of our time. Their critiques and instruction helped me grow as a painter. In the 90s I became a pioneer in the field of multimedia. As an entrepreneur I built several businesses and worked with many Fortune 500 companies developing their first online presence."