Friday, April 29, 2016

Monday, April 25, 2016


I was asked by the New York State Department of Health to submit a sketch for one of their new campaigns focusing on HIV/AIDS awareness. The character is a transgender woman who contracted HIV as a teen and suffers from depression because she conceals her identity. She’s only her true self when she goes out late at night with friends. Usually I say no to free speculative (or “spec”) work, but this seemed like a good cause and a worthwhile gig if they like the sketch, so I gave it a shot.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

"Renton the Robot" Page 5

The next page of art for "Renton the Robot," in which our robot friend acts out the intricacies of being a high school football star.

"Renton the Robot" Page 4

More artwork for "Renton the Robot," in which we see our robot friend acting out Shakespeare's "Hamlet."

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Monday, April 4, 2016

FutureTee Logo

I don't usually make logos, but I tried my hand at some for the site I previously made the "Lab in the Lab" design for, FutureTee.

Sunday, April 3, 2016

"Renton the Robot" Page 1

Here's a look at a completed page from "Renton the Robot," the children's book I'm currently illustrating. It's about a robot who works as a waiter and dreams of being an actor.

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Daily Draw: Week 1

For the past week, I challenged myself to draw something new every day.

Day 1: Gary

Day 2: Sven

Day 3: Hungry Bunny

Day 4: Daredevil

Day 5: Flower Power

Day 6: Watchful Eye

Day 7: Good Bacteria