A collection of poetry comics (haiku and slightly longer tanka, to be exact) based on personal experiences and reflections from 2016 and 2017. The work is a spiritual successor to a previous collection, Haiku for Gale. Haiku What I Can exists in large part thanks to Baxter State Park and its Visiting Artist Program. Much … Continue reading Haiku What I Can
2017 mixed media installation in Gardiner, Maine
Organizers from DownEast Friends of the Folk Arts invited me to design a poster for their annual "funraiser" dance. I used the opportunity to explore old-timey broadsheet-style poster design where fonts, text blocks, and negative space are the primary drivers of page flow and overall composition. And of course it was also an opportunity to draw … Continue reading “Funraiser” Contradance Poster
A standalone story from the larger Brothers narrative. Kiddig the knight questions the meaning of a fairy tale he recently read while he and his party come upon a deadly foe. Hilarity, philosophical waxings and action ensue… A special thanks goes to Lis Janes for working with me to screen print the first edition's cover. … Continue reading You Had to Be There: A Brothers Story
This short but sweet collection of haiku comics were originally sent one-by-one to a mentor who advocated for haiku as a means of creative and spiritual attunement. They're now collected into a single mini-comic with a new introduction. Purchase the comic online. Preview To read the whole collection, purchase the comic online.
Invitation and save-the-date illustration and design work for the wedding of some close friends.
A series of illustrations derived from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in celebration of its 150-year publishing anniversary, featuring an Alice based on the original real-life girl.
A collection of logos and variants.
Building off of this 2014 comic on cartoonists and audience, Thanks for Your Commitment synthesizes the range of questions and ideas I carried with me upon completing my graduate program. It puts comic book burnings, indie comics, and fine art's relationship with the greater culture side by side—or, as it were, panel to panel. Preview the book below, or … Continue reading Thanks for Your Commitment: An Essay Comic
Dancing and performing animal illustrations for DownEast Friends of the Folk Arts events.
Final product for the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts program at Goddard College ABSTRACT Just as the spaces between comics panels rely on the reader's imaginative participation, so too do the spaces between entries in one cartoonist’s career. The following collection of work is arranged as just that: work from the bookshelves of an emerging visual … Continue reading I’ll Meet You in the Middle: A Life of Comics and Community
Portraits from an interview series of vendors from a farmers market in Maine.