Digital comics illustration series One thing that helps inspire me in the studio is going back to my favorite media from childhood. I’m a big fan of the Legend of Zelda series and can’t remember how many times I read through the graphic novel adaptation of A Link to the Past by Shotaro Ishinomori whenContinue reading “A Tribute to the Past (Ishinomori)”
Digital ink wash poetry comics book, August 2017
Pen and ink, June 2016
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…
Ink wash, 2016
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 everyday creative and spiritual exploration.
Pen and ink, digital; 2015
An essay comic that 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.
I was fortunate enough in 2014 to get acquainted with Portland, Maine-based print studio Pickwick Independent Press, and the result was some gorgeous prints.
Pen and ink, digital; January 2014